electrooculogram


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electrooculogram

[i‚lek·trə·′ok·yül·ə‚gram]
(physiology)
A record of the standing voltage between the front and back of the eye that is correlated with eyeball movement and obtained by electrodes placed on the skin near the eye.
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8] Additional channels (C3-A2, Fpz-A2, and O1-A2) were recommended to provide redundancy in case of electrode malfunction [9] Electrooculogram (EOG) derivations were E1 - Fpz and E2 - Fpz.
Babiloni, "On the use of electrooculogram for efficient human computer interfaces," Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, vol.
The electrooculogram (EOG) was recorded with two electrodes located in a horizontal (right) and vertical (left) direction to record eye movement.
Electrodes were referenced to an average reference, and four electrooculogram electrodes were affixed near the eyes in order to record horizontal and vertical eye movements that may have contaminated EEG data.
EEG and electrooculogram data from patients with DLB revealed significantly worse inhibitory disturbance than in patients with PDD and AD.
The variables measured in a polysomnography are electroencephalogram, electrooculogram, electromyogram, electrocardiogram, nasal and/or oral airflow, pulse oximetry and volume of snoring.
Horizontal electrooculogram (EOG) was recorded with Ag-AgCl skin electrodes placed at the outer corners of both eyes.
Overnight polysomnography was performed by a computerized system (Somnologica software, Medcare Flaga, Reykjavik, Iceland) and included the following variables: electrooculogram, electroencephalogram, electromyogram of submental muscles, electromyogram of the anteriortibialis muscle of both legs, electrocardiogram and airflow (with an oronasal thermistor).
On the assumption of an unchanging CRP, the electric signal that can be derived using two pairs of skin electrodes placed at periorbital positions around one eye is called Electrooculogram (EOG).
All affected individuals have an abnormal electrooculogram (EOG) and this is a useful diagnostic tool.
The gold standard for the diagnosis of SDB is still an overnight in-laboratory PSG including monitoring of the electrooculogram, electroencephalogram (EEG), submental electromyogram, oral airflow by thermistors and nasal airflow by recording pressure fluctuations at the nares, Chest wall (rib cage and abdominal) movement, usually by inductance plethysmography to reflect ventilatory effort, oxygen saturation, electrocardiogram (ECG), body position and video.
On a 6-point Likert scale (1 = Not At All Competent, to 6 = Very Competent) each variable was preceded by the following question stem: "Please rate how competent you feel in your understanding of the basic principles of followed by either the term (a) electrocardiogram, (b) electromyogram, (c) electroencephalogram, or (d) electrooculogram.