Traditionally, neonatal EEG monitoring involves head measurement and the application of electrodes by a registered EEG technologist.
Streamlining the neonatal EEG process
The FDA-approved Incereb Neon Electrode Array Kits are designed to simplify and improve the neonatal EEG process, and ensure that every new-born that requires an electroencephalogram has access to one, no matter what time of the night or day – even when an EEG tech is not available.
Consistent placement of electrodes
Incereb Neon’s infant electrode array placement ensures precise symmetry for intra-hemisphere data comparison. They are ideal for out-of-hours use in the NICU, neonatal clinical trials and routine EEGs in satellite hospital settings. NICU nurses or any trained clinician can simply open the pack, remove the device, and, using the gels and pastes that they prefer, gently apply the electrode array against the baby’s scalp. Being non-invasive, there are no needles, making it safe for babies and caregivers.
Our latest Incereb Neon Electrode Array Kits can be rapidly and easily applied. They have a long shelf life, are easy to ship and take up very little storage space.