US scientists create a device to cure brain disease
Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley), on the west of the USA. UU., They have created a neurostimulator of arthritis that can give specific healing to patients with infections such as epilepsy and Parkinson's disease.
UC Berkeley researchers have developed a non-neuromodulation (WAND) non-wire device that can simultaneously listen and be encouraged by electron presence in the brain, an analysis published in Bio- Monday experience.
The closed loop tool works as a "pacemaker pacemaker" by analyzing the brain's electrical activity automatically and automatically. an electrical motivation guide if it finds something wrong.
With its ability to & # 39; Promotion and simultaneous recording, WAND can ban the non-supportive movements of the brainstream by copying; Develop incentive parameters in real time alone if it finds religious or charitable marks.
WAND implements the similar devices that are effective in & # 39; prevents infections or infections in a patient with different brain problems, as doctors can take several years to change regularly so that the best electric stimulus of an electronic signature stop is inaccessible or truncated
"The process of finding the right medicine for patients is very expensive and can take years," said Rikky Muller, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California at Berkeley.
WAND improves performance on closed closure systems, as it is possible to record electricity in 128 channels or 128 points in the brain.
Muller said he and his team to bring learning into their visit platform to build smart tools in the future, with the aim of achieving the best possible treatment of the # 39; for a patient with brain problems.