Electrodes and products for EEG / Sleep: Electrodes and products for the EEG Lab or Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
The Electrode Store’s PRO-E series of subdermal EEG needle electrodes with their proprietary retractable Protectrode™ baby blue caps are recognized world-wide as the standard of care when you need to perform needle electroencephalography (EEG or amplitude-integrated EEG (aEEG)) in a quick, safe, and reliable manner. The 12mm, uncoated surgical steel needles enable clinicians to get high-quality readings of brain activity almost immediately, whether trying to quickly understand what is going on with newborn babies in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) – perhaps suffering from hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) or epileptic seizures – or in diagnosing adults who may have epilepsy or brain injuries. In many such cases, a quick, accurate diagnosis is critical to preventing further brain trauma or in quickly understanding how a patient is responding to treatment. Often – when time and the quality of readings are important – a single-use sterile needle electrode such as The Electrode Store’s PRO-E12SAF (pictured here) is preferred over EEG surface electrodes which may take more time to deploy and may be non-sterile.
Similarly, our SH- and GH-Series of reusable EEG cups are known for their quality, durability, and excellent EEG signal. The SH-Series is made of die-cast (poured) pure silver (99.9% pure) – one of the most conductive materials in the world. The cups are tumbled and polished for exceptional smoothness. The GH-Series start with the same pure silver cups, but with an added coating of 24 karat gold-plating for improved durability.
Whether you are an EEG/EP Technologist, Neurologist, Researcher, or a Specialist in Epilepsy, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Stroke, Neurofeedback, or Sleep Studies, we invite you to explore all of our EEG/Sleep products, including our popular line of disposable EEG cups (just 99 cents per electrode!) and our Electro-Cap collection.
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