About MEGIN

Who are they?

Based in Helsinki, Finland, MEGIN has been the leading global provider of MEG technology for over 30 years. MEGIN’s MEG Scanners are a non-invasive, functional brain mapping solution for the diagnostic workup, treatment strategy and intervention of neurological conditions. TRIUX™ neo is the latest MEG technology available from MEGIN, offering a highly sensitive functional brain mapping technique with millisecond accuracy.

 

INTRODUCING

 

Accessible for more patients

Ability to scan patients who were previously excluded due to magnetized material, such as implanted stimulators, dental fillings, or braces

 

Ergonomics

The most options available in a MEG system to optimize the ergonomic experience for the operator and patient

 

Clinical Value to the Hospital

Provides clinicians with non-redundant data to support clinical decision-making

Real-time assessment of neural activity with millimeter accuracy and millisecond resolution

Accurate

Clinical decision-making with information that matters

Reliable

Automatic removal of noise from metal artifacts and challenging environments for less manual processing and more time with the patient

Precise

Built on a foundation of consistent performance and clinical use for identifying an epileptic activity or mapping brain functions near a brain tumor

Enhanced Patient Ergonomics and Positioning

Versatile patient positioning options

Optional chair adjustment system for optimal positioning of the patient’s head for the scan

Ability to record younger patients with a new pediatric comfort set designed to fit pediatric patients firmly and keep them comfortable

Contact Us

Address

Elekta Oy
Siltasaarenkatu 18-20
00530 Helsinki
Finland

Phone

+358 9 756 2400

EMail

info@megin.fi

Copyright 2019 © MEGIN – TRIUX neo is available for sale in EU and USA markets. In other geographical areas, contact your local MEGIN representative.

TRIUX™ neo is FDA authorized for use to non-invasively locate regions of epileptic activity within the brain and, in conjunction with other diagnostic data, in neurosurgical planning. All other applications are research in nature. Please contact for data references and any further information.