Written by a noted leader in electroneurodiagnostic technology, this book will be a standard text and reference for technologists, neurology residents, and clinical neurophysiology fellows. It will be a valuable aid in preparing for the ABRET (American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists) certification or the neurophysiology boards. The first part covers the technical aspects of electroneurodiagnosis; the second part covers clinical applications and diagnostic utilities. The text focuses on digital recording and includes analyses based on digital data. Emphasis is on pattern recognition, artifacts recognition, technical pitfalls, and the clinical correlates of electroencephalography. The book includes material to assist students in recognizing specific artifacts. Coverage includes principles of digital recording, electronics and electrical safety. A companion Website will include a question bank and a streaming video showing how to place electrodes.However, they differ in the third component where the analog EEG typically has the amplifier send the signals to an analog pen-writing system, ... The amplitude range of digital EEG is much larger in comparison to paper- generated records.
|Title||:||Practical Guide for Clinical Neurophysiologic Testing: EEG|
|Author||:||Thoru Yamada, Elizabeth Meng|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-03-28|