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Electrodes For
Sub-Chronic Use

The SOFT ECoG is the most compliant and flexible subdural electrode technology in the world. It can be used to record from and stimulate the surface of the brain with no added risk to the patient thanks to its conformability and softness.

The devices can be used for a wide range of sub-chronic applications such as the precise identification of epileptogenic brain tissue in drug-resistant epilepsy patients.

The SOFT ECoG is a family of products that can be tailored to fit your requirements and we are excited to announce that a wide range of devices will be available for your clinical needs.

Tinnitus Tinnitus


Tinnitus is a common disorder (affecting 10-15% of the population) which consists in the perception of a loud ringing or buzzing noise which has no external source. While many manage to tolerate the sound, severe forms of the disorder significantly affect the social well-being and health of millions of people world-wide.

Living with severe tinnitus can lead to stress, depression, sleep issues and, in some cases, attempted suicide. Unfortunately, there is no available, long-lasting treatment for tinnitus. Current treatment options aim at reducing the effects and impact on daily life through sound therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.

At Neurosoft Bioelectronics, we believe our unique soft electrodes can suppress tinnitus by electrically stimulating a specific brain structure near the auditory cortex that is responsible for the disorder. Thanks to the unparalleled compliance and flexibility of our SOFT TINNIT product, regions such as the auditory cortex found in the depth of a brain sulcus, can safely be accessed and stimulated, enabling this innovative therapy.

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Our Vision

Clinical need and opportunity

At Neurosoft Bioelectronics we strive toward revolutionizing the way we interface with neural tissue, allowing the development of breakthrough therapies which would not be possible with outdated clinical technology.

At our core, we are committed to the design and development of better interfaces for the brain and beyond, with the aim of significantly improving the treatment of severe neurological disorders, such as epilepsy, tinnitus and deafness.

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