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1st International Brain Stimulation Conference

March 1–4, 2015
Singapore, Singapore Expo Convention and Exhibition Centre

New approaches to brain stimulation allow to research how the brain works and to treat diseases. This new paradigm shift allows to replace the neuropsychopharmacological vision of the past three decades. The brain stimulation methods were not discussed until present. This meeting organized by Elsevier and integrated with Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation journal, will be the first brain stimulation event. During the conference various techniques and subspecialties involved will be discussed.

Neurosoft is a global provider of devices for TMS. First TMS machine was developed in Neurosoft in 1998. Since that time 4 generations of machines were launched to the international market. The last model of device named Neuro-MS/D has 3 different variants and covers both clinical and research needs. Short list of device features includes: up to 4 T intensity, up to 100 Hz frequency, biphasic stimulus waveform, theta-burst mode (TBS). Device can be supplied with the most effective on the market cooling system which allows producing more than 7000 pulses at 75% of MT at 5 Hz frequency without any pause.

Neurosoft is the only company on the market developing and producing both professional EMG and NCS systems and TMS systems. This brings the machine at unique mode of integration between TMS and EMG. Such tests as SICI, IHI, TST, etc can be done routinely without any integration or adjustment work. You just need to select test template from the list.

Therapeutic version of device goes with Windows-based software Neuro-MS.NET. It is a treatment planner and patient database in one package. The software includes wide list of templates for most diseases cured with TMS: depression, tinnitus, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, etc.

The exhibition of medical equipment will be held within the conference. Neurosoft Company will showcase Neuro-MS/D magnetic stimulator and TMS navigation system at the stand.

 

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