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DELPhI software developed for the analysis of EEG recordings in response to magnetic stimulation in relation to clinical data.
Collection of EEG data, recorded at Sagol center for hyperbaric medicine and research in the years of 2017-2019 of patients arriving to be treated at the hyperbaric chamber before,during and after treatments. EEG was recorded of patients during cognitive tests, resting state and during magnetic stimulation as a part of other array of tests performed at the Sagol center. Anonymous EEG data along with MRI scans, PET-CT, SPECT, cognitive tests, Medical history and medications will be transferred to QuantalX Neuroscience LTD.
QuantalX Neuroscience is intending to use the above mentioned data in order to improve DELPhI, an algorithm for the analysis of EEG recordings in response to magnetic stimulation.
No intervention, this is a retrospective study.
Active, not recruiting
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-09-24T05:27:27-0400
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