The Relationship Between Clinical Response to Cranial Electric Stimulation and the Change in Bioimpedance in Migraine Patients
Freelance, Haifa, Israel
Dr. Naisberg, Y., Freelance, Haifa, Israel.
Keywords: Migraine; CES; Bioimpedance; BEBU; IVU; MIDAS
Multi-electrode cranial electric stimulation (CES) with a new Biophysical Mind Technology (BMT) is a method for both non-invasive diagnosis (using 500 Microampere, 10Hz frequency, for 10msec) and for migraine treatment (using exposure with 100kHz frequency, 1.0mA and 250msec) introduced to scalp through each pair out of 276 EEG combinations of electrode montage in 10-20 EEG applications. Such method and device objectively measure brain electrical bioimpedance units (BEBU) and induced voltage units (IVU), while all other CES lacking them.
To evaluate the effectiveness and safety of BMT-CES in reducing migraine pain and the correlation between the clinical response and both BEBU and IVU.
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