Question: Abnormal EEG
rcb5 at MSN.COM
Wed Mar 12 22:22:56 EST 1997
In <fiona.wilkes-1103971029330001 at x5agate02.sed.mq.edu.au>
fiona.wilkes at speced.sed.mq.edu.au (Fiona Wilkes) writes:
>bilateral high voltage 3-4CPS slow wave activity coming more
>from the left hemisphere
>-Photic stimulation evokes no change.
>The owner of this EEG has a history of "blackouts", not always losing
>consciousness. No drug or alcohol abuse and a normal CT.
>What do you think?
Well this creates problems for my model. I had suggested that
brainwave entrainment of 4 hertz could be used to prevent
consciousness during surgery. Another idea in trouble, oh well
this is nature of the process isn't it. Ron Blue
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