A helpful reminder guide for experienced techs or an excellent resource for beginners, this article explores the process of an EEG for technologists.
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Not all EEG technologists have experience working inside a patient's home. This guide was created by experienced techs who hope to pass on a trick or two regarding ambulatory EEG monitoring.
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EEGs can be stressful for some patients with autism. We hope to inform technologists so they can give the best patient care available to any patient.
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A home is not built like an EMU. There can be a lot of electrical interference. Reduce the appearance of EEG artifacts by taking these crucial steps.
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