Quality assessment of electroencephalography obtained from a "dry electrode" system.

@article{Slater2012QualityAO,
  title={Quality assessment of electroencephalography obtained from a "dry electrode" system.},
  author={Jeremy D. Slater and Giridhar Padmanabhan Kalamangalam and Omotola A Hope},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience methods},
  year={2012},
  volume={208 2},
  pages={134-7}
}
This study examines the difference in application times for routine electroencephalography (EEG) utilizing traditional electrodes and a "dry electrode" headset. The primary outcome measure was the time to interpretable EEG (TIE). A secondary outcome measure of recording quality and interpretability was obtained from EEG sample review by two blinded clinical neurophysiologists. With EEG samples obtained from 10 subjects, the average TIE for the "dry electrode" system was 139s, and for the… CONTINUE READING
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