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EEG was invented by Hans Berger, a German psychiatrist who made the first electrical recording of human brain activity and called it Elektroenzephalogramm. The new neurologic diagnostic tool would lead to major advancements in treating brain disorders.
Measuring the head, marking electrode locations, abrading the skin, applying conductive paste, gluing the electrodes and eventually, tethering the patient to a box with wires. One thing is undeniable: the EEG procedure makes the patient feel sick.
Zeto has made a better world of EEG possible - for patient, physician and technologist. Our zero-prep, easy to wear headset with no-residue electrodes is backed by a cloud platform that offers live viewing, video, auxiliary inputs and tools for analysis.
For hospitals and clinics dissatisfied with traditional EEG, Zeto offers a turnkey solution for routine EEG tests. Unlike competitors, Zeto provides lower cost and faster turnaround time to clinics, extraordinary convenience to operators and a better experience to patients. Zeto makes EEG available to facilities that do not have access to trained EEG operators or neurologists.
Accessing an FDA compliant EEG device that performs at an uncompromising standard, allows for increased throughput and provides a user experience that rivals the latest technology assets, was very attractive to us. Zeto transformed the way we think about EEG capture by advancing technology further in the past two years than the industry had in the prior three or four decades.
An EEG technician at Methodist University can now be more productive and perform more EEGs in a day. The EEG and video recording are uploaded to the cloud where a specialist can read them at their own convenience. The ZETO Instant EEG has been beneficial in the midst of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the convenience of this EEG technology, PPE and exposure time for healthcare workers is reduced significantly. Fast setup and cleanup decrease the exposure times for nurses and other care providers. The ZETO Instant EEG uses single-use electrodes which also reduces the risk of contamination.
The most rewarding part of my experience with this device is that there was no glue! Having had several EEGs, both inpatient and outpatient, the most burdensome part is always dealing with the glue, the residue it leaves behind and the long process of getting it all out of my hair once the EEG is done. With Zeto, none of that was a concern which made it awesome.