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D. Andries, J. Haba-Rubio, R. Heinzer (Lausanne, Switzerland)
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Dorit Aschmann - 20.04.2016 14:21
in this demonstration the third chin electrode is missing recommended by the AASM, also no snoring microfon is placed, perhaps it´s possible to add these two devices, also there could be a comment an etCO2 or tcCo2 measurement, very good are the explanation of artefacts and the eeg placement.
Engy Saad - 13.03.2015 07:04
very clear demo
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