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Wed Mar 20 22:37:12 EST 2002
in article Ulbm8.713$Mv.197713 at news6-win.server.ntlworld.com, Ian Field at
i.field at virgin.net wrote on 3/20/02 4:09 PM:
> "Nancy Holgate" <NEHolgate at hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:B8BE54D5.3304D%NEHolgate at hotmail.com...
>> in article ZTcl8.24618$w65.3720580 at news6-win.server.ntlworld.com, Ian
>> at i.field at virgin.net wrote on 3/17/02 5:04 PM:
>>> "Nancy Holgate" <NEHolgate at hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:B8BA294E.325A0%NEHolgate at hotmail.com...
>>>> Forgot what group was open.
>>>> Sleep. I must get sleep.
>>> And if anyone here could tell me where to find the info I seek - I could
>>> have pointed out which one of your "slow waves" was malfunctioning.
>> I already admitted that I made a mistake by posting the above response. I
>> do hope that you found the information that you needed and by doing so
>> hopefully will be educated enough by now to know the error of your use of
>> the term "slow waves".
>>> (don't play with the EEG machine while you're that sleepy -
>> Don't teel that to poly techs out their who have just as great of chance
>> sleep disorder of those that they are testing...
>>> you might plug the electrode skull-cap into the line-socket by
>> You mean electrode "craps"? Most self-respecting electroneurodiagnostic
>> technologist shudder at the thought of using such inferior devices.
>> Besides, if a lab has followed the guidelines they would no longer have
>> equiptment/wires with male ends to plug in such outlets.
>> BTW... a good resource for EEG information (that is up-to-date as well) is
>> through The American Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology.
>> Good luck
>> Nancy Holgate R. EEG T.
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> Please accept my apology for my earlier rebuke/retort,
> but you did come across as well - a bit surly!
Unless you're talkin' about my follow up then I'd agree with you.
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