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Simulators, Electroencephalographic

Definition : Simulators designed to mimic the waveforms of the electrical activity of the brain; they usually include an electronic analog circuit generator or digitally recorded signals in their memory. When activated these simulators produce typical electroencephalographic signals. They may also generate low- and high-frequency sine and multifrequency waves. Some simulators can also simulate evoked potential signals.

Entry Terms : "Electroencephalographic Simulators" , "Electroencephalogram Simulators" , "EEG Simulators" , "Evoked-Potential Simulators"

UMDC code : 18057

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Fogg System Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

Medi Cal Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

Medi Cal Instruments is a U.S. based company specializing in the design and manufacturing of Biomedical Function Generators and ECG Simulators.

Natus Neurology Inc

Company Type: Parent

Netech Corp

Company Type: Parent

Netech Corporation is a leading manufacturer of high quality Biomedical and Industrial test instruments since 1987. Our products have established a reputation for quality, reliability, and value.Innovative products, ISO 9001-2000 Registration, a 2-year warranty, and excellent customer service and technical support demonstrate an unyielding commitment to the medical industry.

Pinnacle Technology Group

Company Type: Parent

Pinnacle Technology Group, Inc. is pleased to have served our customers in the medical training market for over 30 years and our goal is to continue providing the highest quality state-of-the-art products possible. Our Pinnacle simulators use "Real Patient Data" for a more realistic training experience. We pride ourselves on superior customer service and the relationships we build are long term customer oriented to best serve you.

SleepMed Inc

Company Type: Parent

SleepMed was formed in December 1999 through the merger of Sleep Disorder Centers of America (SDCA), based in Columbia SC, and DigiTrace Care Services, Inc. (DCSI), based in Boston MA. SDCA was founded in 1994 by Dr. Richard K. Bogan, who has board certifications in sleep medicine, pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine and internal medicine.

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