Tag - EEG

FREE WEBINAR: Why you may want to add Functional Brain Mapping techniques to your practice

Date: 23 of September 2021Time: 16.00 (Helsinki time | UTC+03:00) Lecturer: Olga Kara, PhDZoom Meeting ID: 779 3399 4713Facebook: https://fb.me/e/1baibxDVp Brain imaging technologies include scanning techniques that allow us to perform non-invasive spatial brain mapping to identify morphological construction of different brain structures, measure neurochemical processes, and record functional changes in response to a particular task. These approaches include computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance tomography (MRT), functional magnetic-resonance tomography (fMRI), positron emission tomography (PET), single-photon emission computer tomography (SPECT), diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), Diffuse optical tomography (DOT). [...]

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ECG/EOG/EMG biosignals recording

Fig 1. Montage creation All stanadrd Mitsar-EEG amplifiers have extra bipolar channels for extra biosignals recording. Following data can be acquired: Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)Electrooculogram (EOG)Electromiogram (EMG)RespirationAnd etc. Below is the scheme of electrodes placement of the subject body or face to record proper signal. It is also required to add POLY (BIO) channel to the montage like shown on the EEGStudio screen capture on Fig 1.Be aware that signal amplitude of EEG and biosignals could be different and it might be [...]

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