Reply To: New scroring criteria and EEG's-gctid149

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sleepy
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It is for measuring the amplitude of frontal activity and recognition of N3.

The manual however forgot to clarify if N3 was to be scored from the frontals.

I have an email at work from the aasm saying to continue to score from the centrals – I’ll post it Monday.

I don’t have my manual here at home so I don’t recall if there other justifications/reasons or not. I recall it also mentions Kcomplexes will be more readily recognizable from the frontals.

There will be a course devoted to this in Dec:
Interpreting Sleep Studies: Using the New AASM Scoring Manual
December 1-2, 2007Sheraton Austin
Austin, Texas
Speaker: Conrad Iber, MD, Course Chair
Target Audience:
Sleep medicine professionals including physicians and technologists seeking further understanding of the AASM Manual for the Scoring of Sleep and Associated Events: Rules, Terminology and Technical Specification.
Objectives:
To provide an overview of the AASM Manual for the Scoring of Sleep and Associated Events: Rules, Terminology and Technical Specification.
To provide instruction on transitioning from R&K to the new scoring methodology.
To provide exemplary fragments of polysomnograms scored using the new methodology.

arrghhhh 😕