A brand new study by shows that the AI-driven encevis spike detection algorithm reaches a sensitivity of 92% with an average per patient FPR of 5.6/hour. This makes it possible to characterize epilepsy patients based on their temporal patterns of interictal epileptiform discharges, circadian rhythms, deep sleep and seizures. Precious insights can be won thanks to encevis automated analysis. The full paper is available here until July 10th.
Author Archive: Ana Skupch
encevis V1.11.3 released
The newest encevis version 1.11.3 has been released. Many improvements were made in the encevis online interface. Feel free to try it out!
encevis V1.11 released
The newest encevis version 1.11 has been released. Lots of improvements, particularly in the part for ultra long term monitoring. Feel free to try it out!
Our new project on early dementia diagnosis on TV
Our new project Braincheck, where we will use AI-based analysis of the brain activity during cognitive tests to diagnose early dementia, is presented in the TV program “Road to digital Austria” contribution: https://www.atv.at/road-to-digital-austria/staffel-2-folge-28/d3149135/.
New publication shows the high sensitivity of encevis spike detection
Our newest spike detection is described in this publication together with a study performed with independent data from the Danish Epilepsy Centre in Dianalund. An artificial intelligence-based EEG algorithm for detection of epileptiform EEG discharges: Validation against the diagnostic gold standard. With a sensitivity of 89%, the new encevis spike detection performs better than any previously published algorithm. If you want to try it on your own data, just contact us!
Listen to new podcast on Automating Spike and Seizure Detection!
Listen to the podcast about encevis “Automating Spike and Seizure Detection” from Dick Moberg’s Neural Network! Our colleagues Ana Skupch and Franz Fürbass talk about the history and the future of encevis automated analysis of EEG.
Meet us at the AES meeting 2019 in Baltimore December 7th-9th!
You will find us at booth #252. Come and check out our newest developments! Thanks to the newest artificial intelligence methods, our spike detection made a great leap in terms of sensitivity and speed. We will also be happy to tell you more about our latest developments for the neonatology! Come and see artifacts disappear and find out how you can save a lot of your time by using our trending! And take a free trial home.
Meet us in our home town Vienna at the ECE 2018 August 26th-29th!
Come and visit us in our home town! At the 13th European Congress on Epileptology. You will find us at booth #29. Check out the newest version of encevis, our software package for computer assisted EEG review and take a free trial version home. Try out the automatic spike and seizure detection and see how easy it is to review the results. See artifacts disappear with our artifact reduction and find out how you can save a lot of your time by using our trending!
Study shows how encevis seizure detection can improve safety in epilepsy monitoring units
A study on automated seizure detection in epilepsy monitoring units is presented in this paper: Improving staff response to seizures on the epilepsy monitoring unit with online EEG seizure detection algorithms. It shows how the encevis seizure detection detects seizures that are missed by the staff and thus improves the safety of the patients.
Meet us at the 31st ICCN in Washington DC May 3rd-5th 2018
Meet us at the 31st International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology in Washington DC May 3rd-5th! Our booth is number 410. Come and check out the newest version of the encevis EEG trending as well as spike and seizure detection. Share with us your vision on computer assisted EEG review and take a free trial version of encevis home!