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EVO CORTICAL ELECTRODE

The Evo Advantage

Decreased Immunological Response
Single Tail Design
Reduced Cable Management

The Evo Electrode is over 7 times thinner than a silicone electrode. The flexibility and reduced volume should reduce pain and edema.2


The Evo’s polyimide substrate has properties like increased flexibility,
reduced volume, and decreased immunological response, which should reduce signal artifacts.
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The single thin tail design allows the implanted electrode tail to be tunneled through one incision which should reduce infection risk and procedure time.1,2

A disposable cable assembly is sent with each Evo Electrode as an electrode kit, removing the need to source the correct cables for each electrode being used in surgery. Also, hospital resources are freed from the management of sterilizing and storing individual electrode cable assemblies.

Portfolio of Strips and Grids

The Evo Cortical Electrodes are designed to provide more surgical implant options, decrease infection risk and better mapping capabilities

Evo is manufactured using a fully automated Laser Direct Imaging (LDI) process to deliver precision and scalability of the electrode.

Specifications

Number of Contacts:  2 - 16
Contact Spacing:  10mm 
Contact Size:  3mm
Contact Covering:  Platinum
Electrode Material:  Polyimide
Thickness:  0.08mm
Weight:  0.05 grams
Tail Length:  12.70 inches
Disposable cables:  Proprietary cable assembly for the Evo electrode with a zero force connection box and standard DIN42802 touch-proof connectors compatible with standard headboxes.
See the Instructions for Use for additional information 

1. Worrell,G. et. al. December 2019. Commercial Scale Production of Thin-Film electrode arrays for Clinical Intracranial EEG. ((Abst. 1.154), 2019. American Epilepsy Society.
2. Bower R, et al. December 2017. Development of Polyimide electrodes for high-resolution intracranial EEG recordings. (Abst. 1.060) 2017. American Epilepsy Society.
3. Bower R, et al. December 2017. Multi-Resolution intracranial EEG rodent recording system. (Abst. 2.062) 2017. American Epilepsy Society.