This brief paper aims to highlight some of the important considerations to guide the practice of EEG practitioners and to help this cohort to identify areas for their further professional development and supervision”. EEG practitioners working as health professionals are accountable to industry codes of conduct and clinical guidelines which articulate protocols for Patient-Professional Interaction and Patient–Instrument Interface. Both areas will be discussed in this paper.
Cardiac issues seen in monitoring channels (PVC, PAT, couplets... and Q-T interval elongation and sudden death). EOG and frontal lobe function (frontal eye fields) EMG chronic levels (headaches, TMJ, peripheral tension in over-arousal) CNS over-arousal and Electrodermal/thermal (myo-epithelial cells and sweat glands).