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ACG – Acousto Cerebro Graphy

is a world-first process
allows for permanent real-time monitoring
non-invasively measures the condition of brain tissue
can be used for both preventive and acute measurements
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Awards

Sonovum AG - Award

Innovation Award Saxony (2017): Nominee

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Accelerate Conference (2016): Winner Pitch Contest

Sonovum AG - Award

EY Public Value Award (2016): 3rd Place

Sonovum AG - Award

Karl-Kolle-Stiftung (2016): Best Technology Based Business Concept

Sonovum AG - Award

IQ Innovationspreis (2016): Finalist and 2nd Place

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HHL Best Founders Award (2016): Finalist

Sonovum AG - Award

Innovationspreis der Deutschen Wirtschaft (2016): Finalist in category "Startups"

The Acoustocerebrograph

World First: Non-Invasively Classifying Brain Tissue

Sonovum AG has been able to develop an ACG device that will revolutionize research, diagnosis and treatment options in many different medical applications.

With our new Acoustocerebrographs, for the first time we are able to permanently and repeatedly display states and processes that take place in our heads, completely risk-free – unlike the snapshots from imaging techniques such as MRI or CT. In our heads, liquids and tissue are subject to constant movement. In case of a stroke or other neurological complications, these movement patterns change in distinctive ways. Thanks to their highly sensitive acoustic sensors, our ACG devices can recognise these patterns and make the changes heard.

The Acoustocerebrograph

Sonovum - Der Akustocerebrograf
The Acoustocerebrograph – a game changer in ultrasound diagnostics

Sonovum AG has been able to develop an ACG device that will revolutionize research, diagnosis and treatment options in many different medical applications.

With our new Acoustocerebrographs, for the first time we are able to permanently and repeatedly display states and processes that take place in our heads, completely risk-free – unlike the snapshots from imaging techniques such as MRI or CT. In our heads, liquids and tissue are subject to constant movement. In case of a stroke or other neurological complications, these movement patterns change in distinctive ways. Thanks to their highly sensitive acoustic sensors, our ACG devices can recognise these patterns and make the changes heard.

We feel the sound of mind!

Sonovum AG’s non-invasive Acoustocerebrograph uses research results from Molecular Acoustics coupled with a set of powerful deep learning algorithms. It measures density, attenuation and sound velocity of the fluids and tissues in the brain. In essence, two parameters are determined: the relative transit time (RTI) and the attenuation (ATN) of the acoustic wave.

The device consists of two ultrasonic transducers joined by a strap (similar to a headset) positioned on the patient's head, and an output device that displays the measurement data.

The ACG device is a class 2a medical product according to MDD.

Advantages of the Acoustocerebrograph

Non-invasive method
Permanent Monitoring and Snapshot Measurements
Fast, simple and cost-effective compared to MRI and CT
No need to shave the head
Evaluation is carried out by powerful deep learning algorithms
Approved for use by physicians of all disciplines
No radiation exposure
Data is quickly and clearly interpretable, without additional training
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