SOURCE: CNS Response
Patented Methodology for Determining Drug Effects Using Quantitative EEG
ALISO VIEJO, CA–(Marketwire – June 30, 2010) – CNS Response, Inc. (
“As the costs of discovering and testing new drugs have soared, particularly those in the central nervous system (CNS) class, Referenced-EEG presents new opportunities for the pharmaceutical industry,” said CNS Response CEO George Carpenter. “Our patented methodology can assist pharmaceutical companies in drug discovery, program evaluation, and clinical trial design.”
The contribution of Referenced-EEG has been successfully demonstrated in numerous clinical studies, including the multi-site Depression Efficacy Study completed in 2009. CNS Response submitted a 510(k) for review by the FDA in April 2010.
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Today, most physicians are able to base treatment on objective test data, such as EKGs, MRIs, blood tests, etc. Broadly speaking, such advances have not yet come to those physicians practicing psychiatry.
Referenced-EEG was developed by physicians to provide objective, statistical data on patient neurophysiology. In clinical trials, physicians using Referenced-EEG data have consistently achieved superior clinical results compared to physicians using trial and error pharmacotherapy.
To read more about this patented technology, please visit the CNS Response website, www.cnsresponse.com.
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