NeuroOne Medical Technologies has announced the commercial launch of the Evo stereoelectroencephalography (sEEG) electrode product line in the USA.
Zimmer Biomet holds exclusive worldwide distribution rights to NeuroOne’s Evo Cortical and sEEG product lines, and the Evo product line is expected to utilise Zimmer Biomet’s ROSA One Brain—a robotic platform that assists surgeons in planning and performing complex minimally invasive neurosurgical procedures.
Dave Rosa, CEO of NeuroOne, commented: “The commercial launch of the Evo sEEG platform represents one of the most impactful milestones in our company’s history. Paired with Zimmer Biomet’s ROSA One Brain robotic platform and broad distribution network, we believe the company is well positioned in the market given the synergies that exist between our novel thin film electrode platform and Zimmer Biomet’s robotic platform. Importantly, this new technology potentially provides NeuroOne with a steady and predictable new revenue stream. We expect to complete our initial case within the next 30 days.”
In a press release, NeuroOne states a belief that there is a “significant opportunity” to expand market adoption of sEEG technology with broad US distribution of its Evo product line.
NeuroOne’s Evo sEEG electrode technology offers stereoelectroencephalography recording, brain stimulation and future capabilities for spinal cord stimulation, and ablation solutions targeted for patients suffering from epilepsy, chronic back pain, and Parkinson’s disease. The Evo sEEG is the company’s most advanced diagnostic electrode, designed to be secure, precise, and less invasive, with “proven placement accuracy and signal quality”, and made in a mostly automated manufacturing process.
In October 2022, NeuroOne received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance to market its Evo sEEG electrode technology for temporary (less than 30 days) use with recording, monitoring and stimulation equipment for the recording, monitoring, and stimulation of electrical signals at the subsurface level of the brain.