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Difference between QEEG and mini-
Many clients are confused by centers that claim to offer QEEG, but are actually doing
QEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram) or Brain Mapping is a procedure that measures and records neural activities of neurons or brain cells in the brain simultaneously from at least 19 locations. It is important that the activities are measured simultaneously or at the same time, so that we can understand how the brain works as a whole. Studies showed that a minimum of 19 locations is required to map our brain function. More is better but any thing less than 19 locations will not provide sufficient resolution.
The manufacturer of the mini-
It is important to note that the mini-
The problem with such sequential measurement is that while you are recording 4 sites, you do not know what is happening at the other 15 or more sites. This can give a very misleading picture of what’s going on in the brain.
In a full QEEG, at least 19 sites on the head are measured and recorded simultaneously.
This simultaneous measurement is crucial as it allows us to have a good idea on how
we use our brain and what goes on when we are engaged on a task. For example: If
one location of the brain shows excessive neural activities while on task, we can
assess if the other 18 or more sites are affected by this excessive activities. This
cannot be done with the mini-
Length of measurement:
For some reason, the mini-
In all research and clinical work, at least 3 minutes (180 sec) of data is the norm. At Spectrum Learning, we sometimes do longer than 3 minutes of data recording to ensure that we have sufficient data to do a rigorous analysis. This is especially so if the child is restless and unable to keep still.
For more information on QEEG and mini-
We provide training support in this region for MITSAR, a medical grade QEEG equipment.
Brain Mapping -
Brain Mapping (QEEG) is a safe and non-
Careful analysis of these brains waves (EEG) can reveal information on how one is using his/her brain. It can also tell us the maturity of different parts of the brain. It is often used to investigate if there are any hidden seizures.
QEEG Brain Mapping
QEEG vs mini-