Cerebra Health Inc. developing updated version of Prodigy, an in-home sleep disorder diagnostic device, reports Winnipeg Free Press.

Dawson Reimer, president of Cerebra, said the company will use the new funding to develop a newer version of the in-home sleep disorder diagnostic device, called Prodigy, that the company hopes to have Health Canada approval for by next summer.

Cerebra believes its small EEG scanner (electroencephalogram, that plots electrical activity in the brain) and its proprietary software that can analyze more data quicker and more efficiently than current procedures, will allow more people to have access to better diagnosis of sleep disorders.

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