Multi-Patient Telemetry MCQs : This section focuses on the "Multi-Patient Telemetry". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Multi-Patient Telemetry skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.
_____________ instrument is used for recording the electrical activity of the brain.
______________ is typical frequency range of standard EEG machines.
A. 70 to 140 Hz
B. 0.1 to 70 Hz
C. 0.05 to 0.1 Hz
D. 0.025 to 0.05 Hz
______________ material is used to improve electrical contact in electrodes with the skin.
A. Silver Tungsten
B. Copper Tungsten
C. Electrode jelly
D. Silver Graphite
A pattern of electrodes on the head and the channels they are connected to is called a montage. Montages are always ___________
At what frequency is the notch filter in EEG machines sharply tuned to eliminate mains frequency interference?
EEG electrodes are smaller in size than ECG electrodes.
EEG signals picked up by surface electrodes are usually larger as compared to ECG.
Preamplifiers used in electroencephalograph have low gain and high noise characteristics for EEG.
Reference electrode for recording EEG is placed on __________
The typical value of calibration signal is ________
A. 10 uV/cm
B. 70 uV/cm
C. 50 uV/cm
D. 30 uV/cm
What is the recording called in which voltage difference between an active electrode on scalp with respect to reference electrode at ear lobe or any other part of the body is recorded?
Which among the following electrode gives high skin impedance as compared to ECG?
Which of the following component is generally designed to have a very high value of input impedance to take care of high electrode impedance?
Which of the following is employed for a bipolar recording done?
A. Uni Channel EEG
B. Omni channel EEG
C. Non Channel EEG
D. Multi channel EEG
Which of the following is the superimposed wave of neuron potentials operating in a non-synchronized manner in a physical sense?