Summary: Digital EEG recording systems are now widely available and relatively inexpensive. They offer multiple advantages over previous analog/paper systems, such as higher ﬁdelity recording, signal postprocessing, automated detection, and efﬁcient data storage. This document provides guidance for the creation of digital EEG recordings including (1) documentation of patient information, (2) notation of information during the recording, (3) digital signal acquisition parameters during the recording, (4) storage of digital information, and (5) display of digital EEG signals.
- Digital recording
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Clinical Neurology
- Medical Laboratory Technology