The ACG Procedure

The ACG Procedure, which has been developed by Sonovum AG and is based on proprietary patents, is a supplement and alternative method for high-radiation and cost-intensive procedures like MRI or CT.

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In Permanent Monitoring on the ICU as well as before, during and after surgery settings, ACG can be used for monitoring brain tissue in real time. In a number of research cooperations, we are aiming at the CE sign for a IIb Medical Device (MDR).

Sonovum AG
PD Dr. Martin Sauer

"In a pilot trial about the diagnosis of septic encephalopathies (early septicemia syndrom), we researched how ACG can be used fot its identification. The preliminary results have been very promising which is why we are going ahead and planning the next step of this study setting. It will be multicentric and comprise more patients, more diagnosis methods as well as more elaborate testing methodolgy. For us, this area of pre-diagnosis and Permanent Monitoring shows a lot of further potential: with ACG, we want to be able to diagnose the septic encephalopathy while it evolves. During that period, we want to study its process in order to help patients earlier and more effectively than we traditionally can.“

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Areas of application

Extracts from relevant studies and publications

Sievert et al: "Pilotstudie zur Diagnose einer septischen Enzephalopathie durch Akustocerebrografie - Zwischenauswertung"; Poster presented at DAC Nuremberg, May 4, 2017; E-Poster Ref. No. 2.2.12

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Olszewski et al: "The novel non-invasive ultrasound device for detecting early changes of the brain in patients with heart failure", European Journal of Heart Failure 2016, Volume 18, Issue Supplement S1

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Bogdan et al: Computer Aided Multispectral Ultrasound Diagnostics Brain Health Monitoring System based on Acoustocerebrography, Conference Paper submitted for MEDICO 2016, Cyprus

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Wrobel et al: “On ultrasound classification of stroke risk factors from randomly chosen respondents using non-invasive multispectral ultrasonic brain measurements and adaptive profiles”, Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering 2015, Volume 35, Issue 4

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Potential

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The procedure and range of options offered by this device are to a certain extent, unlimited. We have already explored some applications; many others have also been hypothesized.

The interpretation of the measurement results and its correlation with clinical data is an ongoing process. Cooperation with a variety of specialized doctors using the ACG device suggests that new medical findings can be discovered and explored.

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