Apparatus and methods for predicting therapy outcome

Uri Alyagon (Inventor), Abraham Zangen (Inventor), Gaby S Pell (Inventor), Yiftach Roth (Inventor), Ronen Segal (Inventor), Amir Geva (Inventor), Ziv Peremen (Inventor), Boaz Sadeh (Inventor), Revital Shani-Hershkovich (Inventor), Dror Haor (Inventor)

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Abstract

Apparatus and methods are described for use with electrophysiological signal detecting electrodes (14), and a transcranial magnetic stimulation device (10). A computer processor (16) drives the transcranial stimulation device to apply one or more pulses of transcranial magnetic stimulation to a subject. Within a given time period of applying one of the one or more pulses of transcranial magnetic stimulation to the subject, the computer processor detects an electrophysiological signal of the subject, using the electrophysiological signal detecting electrodes (14). At least partially in response thereto, the computer processor predicts an outcome of treating the subject for a neuropsychiatric condition, using a given therapy, and generates an output on an output device (18) in response to the predicted outcome. Other applications are also described.

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberAU2017349924
IPCA61B 5/ 0484 A I
Priority date25/10/17
StatePublished - 23 May 2019

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