The Canadian Armed Forces PEER Study

The Canadian Armed Forces PEER Study

This is a prospective, single-blinded, randomized, multicenter study to evaluate the utility, safety, and efficacy of using PEER Interactive - an EEG-based technology - to inform the prescription of medications to participants with a primary diagnosis of a depressive disorder, with or without comorbidity of non-psychotic behavioral disorders, versus treatment as usual.

No pharmaceutical medication involved
Recruiting patients only

Device - The PEER Report

PEER Interactive references a subject's QEEG to a normative and then symptomatic database. By comparing a given subject's QEEG to a database of QEEGs of subjects who have tried and responded to a specific medication, PEER provides useful information regarding the response of neurophysiologically similar subjects to a wide number of medications - providing clinicians with useful information as to medication outcomes before a medication regime is started. Clinicians have also reported that negativ more on

A Prospective Study to Evaluate the Utility, Safety, and Efficacy of Using PEER Interactive to Inform the Prescription of Medications to Subjects With a Primary Diagnosis of a Depressive Disorder and Comorbidity of Non-psychotic Behavioral Disorders