Whether you're a patient who is in a sticky situation or an EEG technologist who is hoping to send information to your patients so they can be a little less gooey, these tips will help sticky scalps return to normal.
Children with autism may require an extra level of patient care during an EEG. Since epilepsy and autism are often linked, read this article to see tips on how to make the experience a more comfortable one.
Ambulatory EEG studies can be very beneficial in helping diagnose epilepsy. With modern EEG technology, these studies are less invasive than ever. Whether you’re a patient or an EEG technologist, here are some tips to help anyone fall asleep comfortably and naturally without interfering with the EEG recording equipment.
The ‘Ongoings On’ icon is conveniently located on the main tool bar of your Trackit software. This feature allows you to view the ongoing EEG traces before or during the recording to ensure a technically superior recording.
Whether you are setting up the patient for a study at home or before leaving the physician's office, here is a handy checklist you can use to quickly confirm you are ready to proceed with your Trackit video recording.