Cerebral Function Monitor “Encephalan-CFM”

  • Tracks the activity of the brain and represents in the form of EEG trends
  • Much efficient than EEG study in tracking dynamic brain activity
  • Helpful in order to screen neurological conditions and treat them at the earliest
  • Available in 2 versions- mobile version and portable version
  • Compact and easy to assemble
  • Analyses and predicts the neurological outcome by monitoring various areas of the brain
  • Sales package including EEG equipment and extra accessories

What Is Encephalan-CFM?

Encephalon-CFM is a cerebral function monitor. It tracks brain activity and provides a complete and accurate assessment. Furthermore, easing the process of diagnosis for the clinicians.

Limitations Of Using Short-Term EEG

Short-term EEG study is ineffective in order to trace the changes in brain activity. Hence, Encephalan-CFM makes use of EEG.

Amplitude Integrated Electroencephalography And EEG Derivations

Continuous EEG monitoring is better than Short-term EEG. It tracks brain activity and displays it in the form of:

  • Amplitude-integrated electroencephalography (aEEG) trends
  • Compressed spectrum and
  • Other CNS quantitative parameters

Activity tracking is by calculating and comprehending the signals received via EEG derivations.

Screening Of Ailments And Other Conditions Using Encephalan-CFM

Continuous dynamic analysis assists in the diagnosis and screening of various conditions. For instance:

  • Perinatal asphyxia (loss in oxygen saturation) and associated brain damage
  • Epileptiform activity and such in neonatology
  • Neurophysiological control in ischemic strokes
  • Unconscious post-comatose states
  • Low cerebral perfusion
  • And paroxysmal brain activity (may lead to sensory-motor and cognitive dysfunctions in infants).

Functioning Of Encephalan-CFM

The device detects and differentiates between the aEEG patterns.

Since aEEG pattern characteristics are distinct in normal and abnormal brain states. Also, an altered electrical activity observed.

AEEG Patterns And Monitoring Neurological Conditions

These patterns help in the identification and diagnosis of neurological conditions. Specifically:-

  • Hypoxic-ischemic disorders and their severity
  • Uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain (usually, signs of seizure activity)
  • Epileptiform convulsions and associated conditions
  • Dynamics of the functional areas of the cerebrum and other associated areas

Also, predicts the neurological outcome of the brain upon drug administration.

Different Monitoring Modes In Encephalan-CFM

The CFM monitor functions upon three application modes. In brief:

  1. Telemetric (wireless interface technology Bluetooth®)
  2. Autonomous (recording data onto the memory card – Holter-type)
  3. And autonomous-telemetric (data backup is on the patient transceiver-recorder during telemetric registration)

Encephalon-CFM Available Variants

In addition to the high-end technology, Encephalan-CFM is also available in invariants. Namely:

  • Portable version
  • Mobile versions

Subsequently, making its compactness a heavy asset.

Encephalon-CFM Mobile Version

The mobile version is including of:

  1. A computer
  2. A monitor (in order to display information)
  3. A printer (in order to document the monitoring results)
  4. A video equipment kit (for synchronized video monitoring)
  5. And stored components (autonomous patient transceiver-recorder, additional devices, sensors, gel, and accessories)

Subsequently, lodging all these onto a trolley allows for an accessible application.

Encephalon-CFM Portable Version

For the portable version, the required equipment and the laptop fit in a bag.

Available Sales Package in Encephalon-CFM

The sales package includes:

  1. Autonomous patient transceiver-recorder ABP-5
  2. Doctor’s PC, “Encephalan-CFM” Software”
  3. Wireless pulse oximeter module
  4. EEG electrodes
  5. Extra accessories


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