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Events of reﬂux and the ‘clearing time’ or time necessary to return to normal acid levels can be demonstrated and correlated with other physiologic events or EEG arousals. 17. Quality control Before recording, electrodes should be visually inspected to check the security of their placement and an impedance check should be obtained and documented. Adjustment should be made to any EEG, EOG, ECG or chin EMG electrode with an impedance greater than 5000 ohms. , 1993). 18. Physiologic calibrations Physiologic calibrations are performed after the electrode and monitor application is complete.
Hold breath for 10 seconds. • Flex right foot, ﬂex left foot. • Flex right hand, ﬂex left hand. As these instructions are given to the patient, the technologist examines the tracing and documents the patient’s responses. When the patient stares straight ahead for 30 seconds with eyes open, the background EEG activity is examined. As the patient looks right and left the tracing is examined for out-of-phase deﬂections of the signals associated with recording the 39 EOG. Out-of-phase deﬂection occurs if the inputs to consecutive channels of the polygraph are ROC/A1 for the ﬁrst EOG channel and LOC/A2 for the second.
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Clinical neurophysiology of sleep disorders by Guilleminault C. (ed.)