Tag: EEG Technician

Seizure Classification Quick Tip

“Let perseverance be your engine and hope your fuel.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr. Wrapping up our series of Fall Quick Tips – this post’s ‘focus’ (get it? : ) is Seizure Classification. Seizure Classification… Clinical Manifestations…Syndromes, etc…are all on the Content Outline of… Continue Reading “Seizure Classification Quick Tip”

Normal Variants Quick Tip

“Things are seldom what they seem.” – W.S. Gilbert Continuing with our Fall Quick Tips Series:  What is a normal variant in an EEG? Waves that are rare or unusual but not generally abnormal… They are odd looking….they may be unusual in shape or… Continue Reading “Normal Variants Quick Tip”

Polarity Quick Tip

“Be Positive!  Negativity doesn’t get you anywhere.” – Peter W. Murphy First in the series of Fall Quick tips:   Polarity If Input 1 is more Negative than Input 2, there will be an Upward deflection. Opposite of what you might think of Positive… Continue Reading “Polarity Quick Tip”

Here We Go Again

“When we are no longer able to change a situation. We are challenged to change ourselves.” – Viktor Frankl (p.s. an Austrian Neurologist) Does it feel a little like deja vu to you too?  Life circumstances out of our control and uncertainty being more… Continue Reading “Here We Go Again”

The 2nd Half

“The Second Half is a Whole New Ballgame…” – Ahman Green Well it’s August and we are well into 2021’s 2nd half – Maybe now is the time for a quick check up on all you had hoped for this year. Remember back to… Continue Reading “The 2nd Half”

California Dreaming

“The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity” – Dorothy Parker So continuing with our Summer of Education opportunities the blog would be missing out if it didn’t dedicate a post to the upcoming ASET conference in August. First off… Continue Reading “California Dreaming”

The (Not So) Lazy Days of Summer

“He who laughs most, learns best.” – John Cleese This summer on the blog is all about Continuing Education…we all know learning should be a lifelong process, and devoting time to it can be a journey of both our personal and professional development. Whether you… Continue Reading “The (Not So) Lazy Days of Summer”

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Worth Your Time

“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.” – Brian Herbert This Summer’s focus on the blog is all about Continuing Education – Some of us do this because it’s required… Continue Reading “Worth Your Time”

Good-Bye May, Hello June

Hello June – Please Be Awesome! Tomorrow is a New Month – 30 Days of New Opportunities… If getting registered in this field has been a goal you have been carrying for awhile now – make strides this month to push towards finishing. All… Continue Reading “Good-Bye May, Hello June”