About the NeuroCatch™ Platform
The NeuroCatch™ Platform is an all-in-one hardware and software assessment tool used to capture and translate electrical brain wave activity into a standardized clinical report.
Specifically, the NeuroCatch™ Platform is intended for the elicitation, acquisition, analysis, storage, reporting and management of event related potential (ERP) information derived from EEG (electroencephalogram) signals. The NeuroCatch™ Platform generates a summary report of the ABCs of electrical activity in the brain: Auditory sensation, Basic attention, and Cognitive processing.
The NeuroCatch™ Platform is an objective, neuro-physiological assessment tool used to manage and provide data-driven insights.
For more information, please visit www.neurocatch.com.
Progression from EEGS to the NeuroCatch™ Platform
- Neuro-physiological cognitive assessment
- A = Auditory Sensation (N100)
- B = Basic Attention (P300)
- C = Cognitive Processing (N400)
- Software + hardware
- Elicits, acquires, analyzes, stores, reports, and manages ERP info for ABC
- Accessible to clinics
Comprehensive assessments using innovative neurotechnology
The NeuroCatch™ Platform provides:
- A scientific, evidence-based approach for the clinical utilization of ERPs
- An objective, neuro-physiological assessment using ABC (Auditory Sensation [N100]; Basic Attention [P300]; and Cognitive Processing [N400])
Q: What is the science behind the NeuroCatch™ Platform?
A: Spearheaded by leading Simon Fraser University neuroscientist Dr. Ryan D’Arcy, NeuroCatch Inc. created the NeuroCatch™ Platform as a scientific, evidence-based approach that triggers, captures and rapidly translates EEG signals into a standardized clinical report. Specifically, it provides an objective, neurophysiological assessment using three key ERPs (event-related potentials), known as ABC (Auditory Sensation [N100]; Basic Attention [P300]; and Cognitive Processing [N400]).
Read more about the science behind the NeuroCatch™ Platform.
Q: What are the challenges of traditional brain assessments?
A: Traditional brain assessments include subjective behavioural approaches that may include confounding factors such as motoric and communicative limitations.[3,4]
Peer Reviewed Background Papers
Thirty years and counting: Finding meaning in the N400 component of the event related brain potential
Brain Vital Signs
The NeuroCatch™ Platform is an approved Class II medical device in Canada. Medical Device Licence #: 102616
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