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EEG-1260 Acquisition Recording a Study with New Features v0650
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EEG Exams Using NeuroWorkbench is designed for new users as well as current users who have recently upgraded from a EEG-1200A to a EEG-1260A EEG system. This 30-minute recorded webcast is geared towards understanding EEG acquisition using NeuroWorkbench and the latest EEG recording application.
This webcast covers the basic functions of exam acquisition
- NeuroWorkbench Database functionality
- Scheduling an EEG Exam
- Recording & Reviewing Exams
- Customizing Toolbars
- Neuro AutoCopy
- Basic Exam Review
William Ellis, A.S., A.A., R. EEG/EP T.
Neurology Product Specialist, Nihon Kohden
Bill has more than thirty-five years of progressive healthcare leadership and clinical experience, with a strong emphasis in advanced neurodiagnostic, long-term monitoring for epilepsy, continuous EEG in the intensive care unit, quantitative EEG, polysomnography, electromyography, evoked potential, nerve conduction, and neurosurgical studies.
As a Neurology Product Specialist, Bill provides clinical education and support by partnering with hospital leaders, using a consultative approach, and applying adult learning principles. Bill received his Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees at Miami Dade Community College and successfully completed the Allied Health EEG Technology program. He holds credentials for Electroencephalographic Technology and Evoked Potential Technology from ABRET, the Neurodiagnostic Credential and Accreditation Association.