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Persyst 14

The Seizure Detector
you’ve been waiting for.

The P14 Seizure Detector achieves higher sensitivity, higher accuracy and lower latency than any previous Persyst Seizure Detector.

NEW: “The Persyst 14 algorithm was statistically noninferior to the humans. For the first time, a seizure detection algorithm and human experts performed similarly.” ¹

Persyst 14 | CARE

(Computer Assisted Review of EEG)

Persyst 14 EEG Review and Analysis Software provides the complete set of tools needed for C.A.R.E (Computer Assisted Review of EEG), resulting in accurate, efficient and rapid review of EEG data. Whether for high volume institutions or for community clinics, Persyst enables the highest level of comprehensive patient care when it comes to EEG monitoring and analysis.

Seizure Detection

Accurate. Fast. Flexible. P14 is the most advanced seizure detector available.

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Spike Detection

Persyst spike detection is shown to be non-inferior to skilled human reviewers.

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Trending

A comprehensive set of EEG trends which are easy to use and customize.

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Artifact Reduction

Selectively reduces eye, muscle and electrode artifact in real-time.

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Monitoring

Comprehensive patient monitoring from wherever you are.

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Integrated with the EEG System you already use

Persyst is the only EEG trending and detection software that is integrated,
sold and supported by every major EEG manufacturer including
Micromed, Natus, Nihon Kohden, Cadwell, Compumedics and many more.

Persyst is the Standard of Care

* https://www.naec-epilepsy.org.

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Introducing Persyst mobile.
EEG at your fingertips.

Persyst Mobile is the first EEG monitoring and review application cleared by the FDA to run on mobile devices. Now you can quickly and easily access EEG wherever you are.

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Semiautomated Spike Detection Software Persyst 13 Is Noninferior to Human Readers When Calculating the Spike-Wave Index in Electrical Status Epilepticus in Sleep

Purpose: Our objective was to use semiautomatic methods for calculating the spike-wave index (SWI) in electrical status epilepticus in slow-wave sleep (ESES) and to determine whether this calculation is noninferior to human experts (HEs). Methods: [...]

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