B-Alert X10 offers mobile, wireless acquisition of 9 channels of high fidelity EEG plus ECG, and AcqKnowledge adds powerful analysis tools, including automated scoring and reporting options. Independent research publications demonstrating how B-Alert X10 EEG Metrics are generalizing across environments include:
Accelerated Learning: Optimizing Surgeon Training
Brain activity was monitored during all tasks with a B-Alert X10 neuro headset and sensor placement including locations over the frontal, central, parietal, and occipital regions. Output analysis included cognitive metrics for cognitive engagement, mental workload, and mental state.
- Video Summary: Cognitive Skills Assessment During Robot Assisted Surgery – Summary
- Peer-review Publication: BJUI – Cognitive Skills Assessment During Robot-Assisted Surgery – Separating Wheat from Chaff
Characterizing the Expertise and Proficiency of Surgeons
EEG was acquired during all tasks using the B-Alert X10 wireless EEG system. Subject’s alertness level was classified using the B-Alert Cognitive State Metric (sleep onset, distraction, low engagement, or high engagement.) The Workload Metric provided a second-by-second measure of cognitive working memory load.
- Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Dr. Khashid Guru – Findings Poster: Characterizing the Expertise and Proficiency of Surgeons Using EEG-based Metrics
Cognitive State Assessment: Examination of EEG-based Measures on a Stroop Task
This investigation used the B-Alert X-10 with sensor sites positioned in accordance with the 10-20 system. The B-Alert software suite ensured the EEG was recording within prescribed impedance tolerances, provided three baseline cognitive assessment tasks, acquired raw data, performed decontamination, and provided B-Alert’s cognitive state and workload metrics.
- Naval Post Graduate School (Sciarini etal, 2014): Cognitive State Assessment – Examination of EEG-Based Measures on a Stroop Task
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