New & Used EEG Monitor

 
 
 
 
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Device: EEG Monitor
Manufacturer: Aspect
Model: A-2000 BIS XP Monitoring System
Location: Germany, Hamburg
719
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Device: Polysomnography
Manufacturer: Stellate
Model: HARMONIE-S
Location: United States, Kentucky
Rating: 95%
100
2008

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Device: EEG Monitor
Manufacturer: Nihon Kohden
Model: Neurofax EEG-9100
Location: United States, Florida
7,500
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2009

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Device: EEG Monitor
Manufacturer: Nihon Kohden
Model: Neurofax EEG-9100
Location: United States, California
8,500
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Device: EEG Monitor
Manufacturer: MicroVas
Model: MicroVas II
Location: United States
4,500
2011

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Device: EEG Monitor
Manufacturer: Bio-logic
Model: Explorer Notebook
Location: United States, Kentucky
Rating: 95%
Negotiable
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Device: EEG Monitor
Manufacturer: MicroVas
Model: MicroVas II
Location: United States, Arizona
4,500
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2011

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Device: EEG Monitor
Manufacturer: Welch Allyn
Model: 623 Series
Location: United States, California
5,700
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Device: EEG Unit
Manufacturer: Excel Tech (XLTEK)
Model: Trex 96 Ambulatory EEG
Location: United States, Florida
10,000
2011

EEG Monitor may also be referred to as :

Long-Term Epilepsy Monitor | Electroencephalographic Monitor | Electroencephalogram Recorder | EEG Recorder | EEG Monitor, Telemetric
 

Tips for buying EEG Monitor

  1. The electroencephalographic monitor should be capable of acquiring at least 16 channels of EEG. It should be able to check electrode impedance for each channel and the common mode rejection ratio should be at least 100 dB at 60 Hz.
  2. Many electroencephalographic monitor configurations are available, and EEG monitors should be selected by facilities based on testing procedures and user requirements.
  3. Users must be able to store the results on the hard drive or onto removable media.
  4. Facilities should specify if whether the EEG monitor is based on a standard PC or it is a customized digital recording device.
  5. EEG monitors should have a low-frequency filter setting of no higher than 0.3 Hz at its lowest setting, and the high-frequency filter setting should be no lower than 70 Hz at its highest setting.
  6. The sampling rate to acquire the EEG signal should be at least 200 Hz; sampling rates of 256 to 400 Hz are preferred.
  7. EEG monitor data should be acquired with a resolution of at least 12 bits. The sensitivity settings should be adjustable over the range of 1 to 100 mV/mm.
  8. The EEG monitor should allow users to review an earlier section of the EEG recording, while real-time monitoring carries on.
  9. The electroencephalographic monitor display modes should be offered as follows: compressed spectral array, density spectral array, and dot density array on EEG data trend graphs.
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