Enhancing Epilepsy Treatment Planning

Having a family member, especially a young child, suffer from epilepsy is cause for a great deal of stress. At MEGIN, we have designed our equipment to be as unobtrusive as possible, allowing a quick and accurate assessment to be made in as little time as possible.

50 million

people worldwide have epilepsy

2.4 million

people are diagnosed with epilepsy globally each year

$15.5 billion

in direct and indirect costs in the US each year due to epilepsy

Enhancing Epilepsy Treatment Planning

Having a family member, especially a young child, suffer from epilepsy is cause for a great deal of stress. At MEGIN, we have designed our equipment to be as unobtrusive as possible, allowing a quick and accurate assessment to be made in as little time as possible.

50 million

people worldwide have epilepsy

2.4 million

people are diagnosed with epilepsy globally each year

$15.5 billion

in direct and indirect costs in the US each year due to epilepsy

The benefits of MEG in epilepsy treatment planning

MEG is a valuable tool for characterizing and localizing epileptic activity, as well as localizing brain function. The scans are non-invasive, silent, and well tolerated by patients of all ages, including young children.

A powerful tool for epilepsy clinicians

Use of MEG leads to improved surgical outcomes. It provides a direct measure of electrophysiology, and the patient data is not distorted by skull and scalp. Clinicians appreciate the accuracy of MEG scans, which offer temporal and spatial accuracy – to the millisecond and millimeter. 

MEG as an imaging tool: a comparison

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00530 Helsinki
Finland

+358 9 756 2400

info@megin.fi