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Day 1

   9 a.m. - 12 noon

  • Finish any unpacking or system setup
  • Coordinate with clinical/biomedical engineering
  • Set up and test file transfer / IP protocol
  • Perform a Quality Assurance check of the system

   1 – 5 p.m.

  • Run through a sample patient recording from start to finish.
    (We will need a willing volunteer to wear the Net.)

Demonstration will cover:

Hardware orientation
Geodesic Sensor Net application
Recording a patient in Net Station
File management and transfer
File markup workflow for technicians

This session will give a complete overview of the entire system and is intended as an introduction for those who will be using the system directly.  Understanding will increase with the hands-on training to follow.


Day 2

    9 a.m. – 12 noon

  • Focused Geodesic Sensor Net training: detailed, hands-on training on how to measure a subject's head size, select the appropriate Net, locate the vertex on the head, and apply the Net.
  • We will discuss how to determine if you have good electrode connections with the scalp before proceeding with data collection.
  • We will then discuss the proper removal and cleaning of the Net and some basic tips on general Net care.

This section is intended for anyone that will be involved with patients, Net
application, and maintenance. Usually the group practices on the other group members.

   1 – 2 p.m.

  • Hands on training for routine recording. We will simulate applying a sponged Net and recording EEG from a volunteer group member.

   2 – 5 p.m.

  • Hands on file management and transfer. 
  • Technicians will learn how to transfer files between workstations and file management techniques including naming and creating folders.  We will also discuss different options for archiving.
  • Hands-on file markup workflow for technicians
  • We will spend some time discussing current file markup protocol and determine the best technique according to the site. 


Day 3

   9 a.m. – 12 noon

  • Hands-on file review workflow for technicians.

   1 – 4 p.m.

  • Hands-on dense array file analysis technique for doctors. (Head EEG technician should also be present.)
  • Doctors will become proficient users of the Net Station software and learn how to take advantage of dense array analysis technique. Training will include a GeoSource introduction, if applicable.

   4 – 5 p.m.

  • How to access EGI Support for 24-hour support and returns
  • Basic diagnostics and troubleshooting with lead technician and/or biomed


Day 4

  • Video setup and training, if appropriate.

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