Israeli startup's system could guide stroke therapy

05/27/2009 | MIT Technology Review

ElMindA is working with medical-device makers and pharmaceutical firms on a device that will help doctors better diagnose brain disorders, such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and make immediate decisions about treating stroke victims. The device works by analyzing the patterns of the brain's electrical activity.

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