aEEG has become a standard bedside tool in many hospitals for monitoring cerebral function of infants with HIE undergoing therapeutic hypothermia and many other neurologic conditions, especially where seizures are suspected.
eSeminar: Best Practices for Olympic Brainz Monitor
Best Practices for Olympic Brainz Monitor Electrode Preparation and Application
Correct preparation and application of electrodes is the key to gaining a successful aEEG recording in the NICU.
Electrodes can be applied by any bedside caregiver trained in this technique, and this eSeminar will explore the best practice in applying and managing aEEG electrodes.
Date and time
12th November 2019 | 08.00 PST / 11.00 EST / 17.00 Europe
Expected Duration: 1 hour
Format: LIVE eSeminar
At the end of the presentation, the clinician will be able to:
- Describe different options for electrodes for aEEG monitoring in the NICU
- Demonstrate Hydrogel electrode positioning, preparation and application
- Demonstrate Low Impedance Needle electrode positioning, preparation and application
- Describe connecting electrodes to the Data Acquisition Box (DAB) and starting a recording
- Understand Basic Troubleshooting with electrodes during aEEG Monitoring
Gail Angle M.S.N, R.N.,P.N.P.
Gail is a Master’s prepared Neonatal Clinical Specialist with 20 years’ experience in Neonatal Intensive Care.
Having held positions as NICU Nurse Manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist and Women’s & Children’s Section Supervisor, Gail now enjoys her role as Clinical Education Specialist with Natus Medical, specializing in Neonatal Care. Gail is also a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, NAPNAP certified 1977.
As a Clinical Education Specialist for Natus, Gail has spent 7 years working with facilities to provide education and training for hearing screening, jaundice management and cerebral function monitoring at the bedside.
This eSeminar is valid for 1.0 CE Contact hours
Natus Medical Incorporated is a Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 16614 , for 1.0 contact hours.