Revealing the Secrets of the Brain

Bittium delivers cutting edge EEG devices and software that are very high quality, durable and easy to operate, and meet your most demanding needs.

Neuro Solutions

EEG in the Ambulance

Bittium BrainStatus™ is a wireless compact EEG amplifier, which is used together with a disposable easy and quick to wear Bittium BrainStatus electrode headband, for example to diagnose epileptic seizures and brain stroke. Bittium BrainStatus enables quick measurement in field conditions, which makes it an ideal tool for monitoring EEG in the ambulance. Bittium BrainStatus can be used for wireless real-time remote EEG monitoring, thus making the treatment process of the patient faster.

Acute EEG

Bittium BrainStatus™ enables any clinical professional to start EEG monitoring simply by applying BrainStatus electrode, starting the device with a single press of a button and then starting recording to network file server or cloud with easy to use tablet software. EEG data is available for first aid doctor or neurophysiologist in a few minutes no matter where the patient is, in ambulance heading to hospital, arriving to ER or even imaged with CT.

If needed recording can be continued while the patient is treated by ICU or at ward.

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Bittium BrainStatus™ with cloud computed parameters (Cerenion C-Trend and traditional parameters like Burst Suppression ratio, etc.) is the world’s first practical method for measuring the brain function of intensive care patients.

C-Trend technology aims to reveal the status of the brain as one simple and easy to interpret score. Bittium BrainStatus measures and monitors the EEG signal and C-Trend interprets the signal to a simple score by using advanced machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence.

Neuroscientific Research

Bittium NeurOne™ is a versatile EEG/ERP measuring system that was designed for clinical and research use. This modular solution is optimized for use with transcranial magnetic stimulators (TMS-EEG), with optional possibility to use it during magnetic resonance imaging procedures (fMRI-EEG).