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Interactive Learning

Moberg Multimedia, the education/entertainment division of the company, offers a collection of interactive educational courses in its Brain Monitoring suite focused on selected topics in both neonatal and adult neurological monitoring.

normal neonatal eeg

Brain Monitoring: Normal Neonatal EEG

by Robert Clancy, MD and Courtney Wusthoff, MD

Moberg Multimedia brings you an interactive course on Normal Neonatal EEG. Topics include EEG procedures and basic concepts, interpretation of the normal neonatal EEG, and identification of differences in EEG elements and patterns among age groups. Relevant material links directly to fully annotated data samples so that users simultaneously learn concepts and applications.

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abnormal neonatal eeg and seizures

Brain Monitoring: Abnormal Neonatal EEG & Seizures

by Robert Clancy, MD and Courtney Wusthoff, MD

This highly anticipated interactive course on Abnormal Neonatal EEG and Seizures gives an overview of abnormal EEG backgrounds and features, seizures, and various artifacts and EEG transients that can be misinterpreted as seizure or abnormal EEG. The Abnormal Neonatal EEG and Seizures course, which is a follow-up to the title Brain Monitoring: Normal Neonatal EEG, assumes you already have a basic knowledge of why EEG monitoring is used in neonates and how electrodes are applied. You must also be able to identify basic elements of EEG, recognize norms according to conceptional age and identify different background patterns, biobehavioral states and sleep cycles in neonatal EEG.

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eeg electrode technology

Brain Monitoring: EEG Electrode Technology

by Dick Moberg, MSE and Sabrina G. Galloway, BS, R. EEG/EP T., CNIM, CLTM

EEG Electrode Technology is designed for those who would benefit from a basic knowledge of EEG and EEG electrode technology. This course gives a basic overview of EEG, common EEG montages, how to measure and mark a patient's head for electrodes, the types and applications of electrodes, and a process for checking for reliable EEG signals.

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