Traditionally neonatal EEG monitoring involves head measurement and the cumbersome application of electrodes by a registered EEG technologist. The FDA-approved Incereb neon devices were designed to streamline the neonatal EEG process thereby ensuring that every new-born that requires an electroencephalogram has access to one no matter what time of the night or day.
The original Incereb Neon 8 and Neon 12 electrode arrays came pre-pasted, allowing NICU nurses or any trained clinician to simply open the pack, remove the device, and gently press the pre-pasted electrode array against the baby’s scalp.
NEW! Incereb Neon Kit – electrode array only
Based on input from users, a new unpasted version of the product has been designed to provide more flexibility.
Clinicians can now use the gels and pastes that they prefer, in any chosen quantity. In addition, the new Incereb Neon Kit has a longer shelf life, is easier to ship and will take up less storage space than the pre-pasted version.
The FDA-approved Incereb Neon electrode arrays are designed to streamline the neonatal EEG process, enabling NICU nurses/any trained clinician to rapidly and easily apply the device in minutes. This ensures every newborn that requires an electroencephalogram has access to one 24/7/365, even when an EEG tech is not available.
Being non-invasive, there are no needles, making it safe for babies and caregivers. Incereb neon’s infant electrode placement array ensures precise symmetry for intra-hemisphere data comparison.