Measuring the vital signs of the brain: EEG
Neuromonitoring is a process used to assess the functioning of the nervous system during medical procedures that may affect the brain or spinal cord. This monitoring uses specialized equipment and techniques to track nervous system activity and identify possible changes or abnormalities, such as electroencephalography (EEG).
With EEG, sensor are placed on the scalp to measure the brain’s electrical activity. This can provide valuable information about brain function and can help diagnose conditions such as epilepsy or brain injury.
Applications for neuromonitoring
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