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Sooma is a Finnish ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified medical device manufacturer. We provide Sooma Depression Treatment to caregivers worldwide. We also provide training and support. We value good care and want to build solutions that help caregivers to improve routine healthcare.

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Sooma Depression Treatment availability update

December 19th, 2016|0 Comments

Most of our news have been distributed through our newsletter (subscribe here) and Facebook for the past year, but we’d like to update everyone who is not following us on those channels on the global availability [...]

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Trial of Escitalopram versus tDCS for Depression

Many of us who follow the science of electrical stimulation had high expectations when, in June, New England Journal of Medicine published the results of a big RCT by Brunoni et al. I know I did. It was the biggest study to date about tDCS [...]

Treatment outcomes

During last few years, transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) has become a treatment option for major depressive disorder. The Royal College of Psychiatrists gave out a statement about the subject in February and latest meta-analysis concluded tDCS to be as effective as rTMS and antidepressant [...]

5 evidence-based factors for effective depression treatment with tDCS

You probably already know that transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) can be an effective treatment method for depression treatment. Just look at this snapshot of clinical evidence as a reminder: 43% response rate and 40% remission rate in a 120-patient randomised controlled trial. 63% and [...]

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