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The future for patients with neurological disorders

NeuroAudit's vision addresses the complexity of neurological disorders by continuously monitoring the state of the patient's brain while effectively analyzing and measuring the collected data and controlling the performed brain stimulation in real-time to better understand the impact on the brain condition.


Daily non-invasive cognitive boost patch

Using our small and noninvasive stimulating patch, NeuroAudit showed measurable improvements in certain cognitive states and could send a pure tone to a hearing-impaired patient via blood conduction using a unique ultrasonic algorithm.


First company to present "Blood Conduction" of brain stimulation

The device which NeuroAudit has developed is a cognitive boost patch based on "blood conduction" instead of better-known bone conduction, using a unique algorithm and steered towards the treatment of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and other cognitive disorders. 


Integration between two sides of technologies ,an Ultrasonic brain stimulation and NIR diagnosis

Highlight Results

  • The working ability with two Brain technologies

  • Working with 0% artifacts

  • Confirm that NeuroAudit ultrasonic stimulation change brain activity

  • Confirm NIR can Measure ultrasonic stimulation to change brain activity.

  • Cognitive task performance during the task with the stimulation running was correlated by showing less brain effort with NIR Measurement.


With the assistance of ATR - Keihanna Research Complex Japan

POC results with Astem Japan (2019)


Some of our  case studies

NeuroAudit's innovation provides embodiments, features, aspects, and advantages of changes in the Hemoglobin concentration on the brain's surface.

The Hemoglobin concentration measurements were performed in four comparative experiments indicating the difference in brain activity obtained while stimulating the brain with Differences in oxygen levels on the surface of the left brain and the right brain.

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