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AcronymDefinition
EEGElectroencephalogram
EEGErneubare Energien Gesetz (Renewable Energy Sources Act, Germany)
EEGEuropeiska Ekonomiska Gemenskapen (Swedish: European Economic Community)
EEGEmperor Entertainment Group (Hong Kong)
EEGEmirates Environmental Group (est. 1991; Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
EEGEnvironmental Evaluation Group
EEGEastern European Group (UN)
EEGExercise Evaluation Guide (US FEMA)
EEGElektra Entertainment Group (record label)
EEGEnterprise Encryption Gateway (wireless LAN segmentation and security device)
EEGEmusa Energy Group (Mexico)
EEGElectronics Engineering Group
EEGElectroencephalograph/y
EEGEuropean Elephant Group (Stockholm, Sweden)
EEGEarly Error Gate
EEGExercise Evaluation Group
EEGExtra Evil Grin
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Odor-induced modulation of electroencephalogram waves in healthy controls.
Electroencephalograms were taken by Micromed 18 channel digital video EEG device found in the Division of Pediatric Neurology using international 18-20 electrode system.
Contract awarded for High performance electroencephalogram (eeg) cap
TEHRAN (FNA)- A team of researchers recorded the brain activity of 50 people wearing an electroencephalogram headset while they looked at a series of 500 images designed specifically to elicit unique responses from person to person, for instance, a slice of pizza, a boat, Anne Hathaway, the word 'conundrum.
Gandhi presents students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a variety of contexts with an examination of the brain-computer interfacing technologies available for use by individuals with severe disabilities to communicate with assistive devices utilizing the electroencephalogram (EEG) or other brain signals.
Long believed to be an unfathomable mystery, sleep was finally cracked open with the invention of the electroencephalogram (EEG), and REM sleep was discovered.
BioZen, known as T2, uses wireless sensors that send separate signals to the phone to show real-time data from body sensors, such as, electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyography (EMG), galvanic skin response (GSR), electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), respiratory rate and skin temperature.
Researchers measured the brain activity of babies with an electroencephalogram (EEG) while they underwent routine heel lancing to draw blood samples.
Tatum (University of South Florida) opens this clinical reference with a review of normal electroencephalogram (EEG) results for measuring the brain's electrical function.
During an electroencephalogram on April 29, the patient deteriorated and was admitted to the intensive care unit for respiratory failure with a partial oxygen pressure of 40 mm Hg; he required intubation and mechanical ventilation.
The researchers also used an electroencephalogram to probe the participants' brain activity.