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The Power Within

BrainView focuses on multiple core cognitive functions to support:

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Proactive Brain Health

Informed Clinical Decision-Making

Customized Patient Care

Healthy cognitive function is essential for your patient’s overall quality of life. BrainView promotes brain health by analyzing the brain’s electrical activity and assessing cognitive performance in areas such as information processing, memory, attention, and concentration.

As a world leader in EEG, ERP, QEEG, and functional QEEG (fQEEG) analysis, also known as brain mapping, BrainView provides detailed insights into brain function. The BrainView System quantifies and qualifies electrical impulses and patterns in the brain, evaluating performance in key areas like processing abilities, memory, concentration, and attention span. Understanding your brain’s performance is crucial for living your best life, and timely treatment can help ensure long-term brain health.

BrainView assists healthcare providers in interpreting brain activity in terms of everyday function and behavior. Additionally, BrainView offers recommendations for utilizing neuroscience to enhance and optimize brain function. This comprehensive understanding is essential for the treatment team to interpret EEG and ERP data, understand the clinical presentation, and determine the best treatment options. By working together, we can help you provide your patients with the highest quality of care.

Practical Benefits

Objective Cognitive Assessment

Memory loss and other cognitive disorders can affect individuals of any age due to various factors, including stress, dementia, head injuries, sleep disorders, and pain. Traditional primary care testing methods often lack the sensitivity and specificity needed for accurate patient assessments, making it challenging to objectively evaluate cognitive impairment.

The need for neuro-function testing has grown due to an aging population, the prevalence of stress and pain, and increased awareness of the effects of head injuries on cognition. Cognitive symptoms, such as memory loss, confusion, forgetfulness, “brain fog,” and functional impairment, can manifest outside of normal age-associated memory decline. Accurate assessment of brain function, especially following a head injury, is crucial to avoid legal repercussions and improve patient outcomes.

The BrainView system allows physicians to quickly and objectively assess biomarkers, aiding in the diagnosis of memory loss and cognitive impairment right in the office. As the population ages, the prevalence and impact of cognitive impairment can significantly affect individuals, families, and society. Cognitive decline is now understood to be a gradual process occurring over 20 to 30 years, eventually leading to poor outcomes. Early cognitive testing, starting as young as age 35, can be beneficial. Traditional paper-based assessments in primary care often struggle to determine the dementia subtype, leading to less effective treatments. Studies have shown that up to 86% of deceased patients diagnosed with dementia were misdiagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. The BrainView system can detect biomarkers indicative of cognitive disorders up to 15 years before symptom onset, allowing for early intervention and treatment of underlying causes like nutritional deficiencies, stress, and thyroid issues.

BrainView facilitates the assessment of both the Central Nervous System (CNS) and the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). CNS function is evaluated through EEG activity, while ANS function is objectively assessed simultaneously using ECG. This comprehensive approach enables more accurate diagnoses and timely treatments, ultimately improving patient outcomes.

BrainView Cognitive Measurement and Management

BrainView assists clinicians in identifying:
– Cognitive function and impairment
– Biomarkers linked to cognitive impairment and memory loss
– Autonomic nervous system function
– Physiological functions related to sleep disorders, memory loss, anxiety disorders, and attention difficulties

BrainView helps clinicians assess:

– The degree of cognitive impairment
– Physiological changes in cognitive function over time
– Cognitive function response to clinical therapies

Objectively Manage Cognitive Function and Memory Loss Over Time

BrainView provides physicians with highly sensitive, objective data on brain function, making it an excellent complement to traditional subjective clinical questionnaires for long-term patient management. BrainView can detect subtle variations in brain function that other tests may miss.

The system is particularly effective at revealing patients’ responses to therapy in the early stages of disease. Early detection facilitates early intervention, addressing pathologies more effectively and optimizing patient outcomes. Specifically, physicians can obtain meaningful, objective data on patient response to:

– Pharmacologic therapy
– Nutritional supplementation
– Behavioral therapy
– Diet and exercise
– Neurotherapy

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