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Flexible EEG headset permits home-based diagnosis and care

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agk
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agk   8/7/2011 11:01:53 AM
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Picking up EEG signals is little delicate. Doctors use many electrodes and they do it. This news shows that it looks like a head band and can be fixed easily like a head phone and this has internal processing and also wireless connectivity to the doctor's computer. The S/N ratio of 25 db seems to be on the lower side. The battery stays for a couple of days. Good news!

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jainrohit2010   8/3/2011 12:47:48 PM
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nice product what will it cost

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