Translating the body’s electrical signals into diagnostic information for your doctor
Sometimes it’s hard to tell your doctor what is happening with you and your seizures. Seizure diaries and caregivers help, but it’s often not enough. The SPEAC® System can help by translating your electrical signals into information that your doctor can understand and use to treat your motor seizures better. Click below to see how the SPEAC System may benefit you or your loved one
Your body’s electrical signals are always changing. Slight changes can mean nothing or they can mean something significant – like a GTC seizure. Our SparkSenseTM algorithm actively monitors for changes in your electrical signals that may be indicative of a generalized tonic-clonic seizure. Once a potential GTC seizure is identified, the SPEAC® System alarms in real-time to get you the help you need as quickly as possible.
Motor seizures are more than skin deep. The SPEAC® System records every millisecond of data during your seizure monitoring period. Brain Sentinel processes this data to analyze the signals of identified GTC seizure events. In addition, we look for other motor events of interest to a physician in the recorded sEMG data. The data is measured and quantified to reveal the event’s characteristics to help your physician understand what is happening during your seizures
Not only does the SPEAC® System alarm and alert when GTC seizures happen, it also helps your physician optimize seizure management. Detailed, clinical monitoring reports show seizure counts, patterns and trends in your seizure activity, and categorizes the recorded events for interpretation. When your physician is better informed about what is happening, you may get a better diagnosis and seizure treatment