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EEG Questions and Answers (Q&A)

J. Harty, Writer
Answered: Mar 20, 2019
The answer to this is C. 5 division of EEG paper is equal to one second in time. In the given, it says that instead of 15mm/second, it will be 30mm/second. In 15mm/second, the 5 division of EEG...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Mar 31, 2017
Why? I thought it would it be alpha? Can you explain

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John Adney
Answered: May 11, 2017
The last time when I choose the answer Greater than 13 hertz (small h), it marked it wrong. This time when I marked Greater than 13 Hertz (capped H), it marked it wrong. NEED TO FIX THIS.

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E. Stanley, Technical writer
Answered: Jul 17, 2018
The waveform frequency above 13 kHz are called beta waves. These waves are present in all age groups. They have a smaller amplitude but are symmetrical. The waves are influenced by certain drugs...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Aug 08, 2017

Please explain the difference between B and E, as they look identical other than capitalization.

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John Adney
Answered: Apr 09, 2017
The three parts of the brain is cerebrum, cerebelum and brain stem . The brain stem include midbrain, pons and medulla

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John Adney
Answered: Sep 02, 2017

Topamax is another correct answer for this question according to the epilepsy Foundation website.


Havva Brownstein. E.E.G Technician

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John Adney
Answered: Jan 29, 2017
They are both negative

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 28, 2020
Alpha-alpha waves generally are seen in all age groups but are most common in adults. they occur rhythmically on both sides of the head but are often slightly higher in amplitude on the nondominant...Read More

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