Cerenion awarded second patent on its C-TREND® technology in China
The National Intellectual Property Administration of the P.R.C. (CNIPA) has awarded Cerenion its second patent on C-Trend® in China.
The patent is second in China and eight in total.
The EEG signal is processed by the C-Trend Index algorithm in C-Trend technology to produce the C-Trend Index, which is a single number. The Index is a single value between 0 and 100 that describes the patient's EEG slow wave activity. Slow wave activity, which takes place during sedation and deep sleep, is crucial for a healthy brain. The patent gives protection to this EEG's slow-wave activity that is utilized in the C-Trend index, which can be used to assess the brain activity of an unconscious patient, especially after cardiac arrest.
Cerenion C-Trend technology has been granted patents in the United States, The European Union, Japan, and China and multiple intellectual property applications have been filed worldwide.
Cerenion Oy has received support from the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union.
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