Reveal the unseen.

The Minder® system* captures EEG – 24/7, revealing previously unseen brain activity.

This data may support physicians as they categorise the type of seizure and frequency. Physicians might also see cause and effect with more clarity, such as when a patient changes medication, diet or sleep patterns.

*For investigational use only.
For the patient, the investigational system is minimally intrusive, and may offer an opportunity to collaborate with physicians about their care. Complementing diaries, the ultra long-term EEG monitoring aims to provide physicians with more information to help with treatment.

Ultra long-term EEG monitoring is the key for improving patient outcomes today and into the future. Here is how the investigational system captures and presents EEG data with minimal invasiveness.

Wearable + App

Coil
Data and power transfer between the external wearable and the implant.

Processor
Provides power to the implant and the Bluetooth connection to the smartphone.

Minder companion app
Collects EEG data using the Bluetooth connection to the wearable, and uploads to the cloud for processing.

For investigational use only

Implant

Sub-scalp electrode
Placed under the scalp and above the skull, the electrode senses and records neural events.

Implant
Captures EEG from the electrode and transmits these signals to the wearable processor.

For investigational use only

Clinician Platform

Cloud Platform
Secure data storage

Clinical platform
Data access and review for clinicians only

Actionable reports
Neurologists have access to seizure reports for each patient without needing to invest time in review and interpretation.

For investigational use only

Wearable + App

Coil

Data and power transfer between the external wearable and the implant.

Processor

Provides power to the implant and the Bluetooth connection to the smartphone.

Minder companion app

Collects EEG data using the Bluetooth connection to the wearable, and uploads to the cloud for processing.

Implant

Sub-scalp electrode

Placed under the scalp and above the skull, the electrode senses and records neural events.

Implant

Captures EEG from the electrode and transmits these signals to the wearable processor.

Clinician Platform

Cloud Platform

Secure data storage

Clinical platform

Data access and review for clinicians only

Actionable reports

Neurologists have access to seizure reports for each patient

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Wearable + App

Coil

Data and power transfer between the external wearable and the implant.

Processor

Provides power to the implant and the Bluetooth connection to the smartphone.

Minder companion app

Collects EEG data using the Bluetooth connection to the wearable, and uploads to the cloud for processing.

Implant

Sub-scalp electrode

Placed under the scalp and above the skull, the electrode senses and records neural events.

Implant

Captures EEG from the electrode and transmits these signals to the wearable processor.

Clinician Platform

Cloud Platform

Secure data storage

Clinical platform

Data access and review for clinicians only

Actionable reports

Neurologists have access to seizure reports for each patient

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Explore our roadmap towards freedom. The future of ultra long-term EEG monitoring.

The ambition we have for Minder is to go from revealing unseen data, to becoming a complete ‘insight-machine’ with predictive intelligence and powerful clinical decision support. Our goal is to improve ongoing treatment and support medication titration to actively predict seizures.

As a prediction tool, Minder could open up windows of opportunity, where people can have more certainty to engage in activities without concern of a seizure.

Future clinical scenario.

Highly accurate ultra long-term EEG monitoring captures episodes and duration, ultimately to precisely identify which medication is needed and which is not. Physicians could set faster pathways for helping patients become seizure free while dramatically lowering the side effects of medication sooner.

How ultra long-term EEG monitoring could benefit the ecosystem.

How ultra long-term EEG monitoring could benefit the ecosystem.

“Thanks to technology such as AI, I can see the creation of a global platform that records data from thousands of patients. That data is used for the greater good to identify better treatment plans or produce prediction models which become tailored for the individual.”

Professor Mark Cook