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When Hans Berger discovered the EEG (Electroencephalogram) in the 20’s of the last century, he could not imagine that brainwaves will be used for diagnosis of mental health issues.
The advances of computer technology and more sophisticated signal analysis, the creation of normative databases became possible.
HBimed’s database is the only software on the market that contain QEEG (spectral data) and also ERP (evoked potential data) with very high signal-to-noise ratio resulting in unparalleled statistical significance.
The fifth revised edition of The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) will become the main reference for psychiatrists and neurologists with its release in 2012. The primary focus of the new revision is to classify brain disorders according to their biological markers – endophenotypes.
The HBimed methodology allows for analysis of the working brain by looking at the information flow and comparing it to its normative database. The HBimed database is the most advanced database of its kind.