The EASEE® innovation is seen as a real opportunity for epilepsy patients by leading neuroscientist. You can order selected publications here.
JAMA Neurology publication about EASEE®
Evaluations to download
Papers to order
For ‘pharmacoresistant’ patients, the use of high-frequency stimuli and direct current application represent potential access points for modulating the specific brain region that is generating epileptic seizures. This is a novel approach to seizure control.
When medications are insufficiently helpful for the treatment of epilepsy, stimulation techniques open up new possibilities. Such interventions differ in their degree of invasiveness and the focal specificity of the stimulation.
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- Newly-Published Data Demonstrates Safety and Efficacy of World’s First Minimally Invasive Brain Pacemaker
Heidelberg, 4/4/2023 – New data just published online in the prestigious journal JAMA Neurology has demonstrated the safety and efficacy of EASEE®, the world's first minimally invasive brain pacemaker, in patients with focal epilepsy resistant to drug therapy.
- Precisis receives TOP 100 seal
Heidelberg, 2/1/2023 – Successful participation in innovation competition / Ranga Yogeshwar congratulates the company in June.
- EASEE® – World's first minimally invasive brain pacemaker for the treatment of epilepsy receives CE-certification and is available immediately
Heidelberg, 9/23/2022 – After seven years of development work, Precisis GmbH, headquartered in Heidelberg, has received the CE certification for its minimally invasive brain pacemaker EASEE®.
- Clinical Studies Demonstrate that Patients with Focal Epilepsies Benefit from the Technologically Innovative Therapy EASEE®
Heidelberg, 4/29/2022 – Prof. Andreas Schulze-Bonhage, MD, Head of the Epilepsy Center at the University Hospital Freiburg, who is responsible for the multi-center study on the efficacy of EASEE®, presented the impressive results of the globally unparalleled procedure for the treatment of patients with focal epilepsies in […]
- Minimally Invasive Epilepsy Treatment EASEE® Receives FDA Breakthrough Device Designation
Heidelberg, 2/21/2022 – Heidelberg-based Precisis GmbH has received Breakthrough Device Designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its EASEE® brain stimulator. FDA’s breakthrough devices program classifies medical devices that have the potential to enable more effective treatment of life-threatening o […]
- Precisis concludes funding round of €20 million for its bioelectric brain stimulation system
Heidelberg, 10/21/2021 – Today, Precisis GmbH, based in Heidelberg, announced that it has successfully concluded a funding round of €20 million with Cochlear Limited. Precisis is a medical technology company that develops minimally invasive brain stimulation methods to relieve epilepsy patients from their symptoms.