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Smart-EEG: a Tele-medicine System for EEG Exams

Abstract : This paper presents Smart-EEG, a telemedicine project aiming to improve remote diagnosis of brain diseases. Those exams are commonly done by acquiring EEG, ECG, EOG, EMG and a video of the scene. Nowadays, systems uses video acquisition limited to standard frame-rate (30 fps) and unreliable synchronization mechanism. Those current limitations may lead to wrong diagnosis of a patient. To get around those limitation, the system architecture is centered around a hardware acquisition system handling synchronization and compression and a self contained EEG exam file to permit remote diagnosis. This device aims at providing reliable synchronization and high frame-rate video recording
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Laurent Lambert, Imen Dhif, Mohammed Shaaban Ibraheem, Bertrand Granado, Khalil Hachicha, et al.. Smart-EEG: a Tele-medicine System for EEG Exams. JETSAN 2015, May 2015, Compiègne, France. ⟨hal-01167263⟩



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