Reducing Noise & Artifacts in Evoked Potentials


Antonine Mulot, MSBME

Antonine holds a bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology and Microsystems as well as a master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering, from Grenoble Institute of Technology (France). She joined Natus in 2011 as an Application Engineer for the French branch for EEG/EMG products and joined the Clinical Application Specialists team in 2016 to cover EMG/IOM for the EMEA region.

This webinar will cover three main types of artifact sources in EP and tricks to maximize recording workflow and patient comfort:
Ambient, stimulus and EMG artifact recognition,
Practical solutions for noise reduction,
Additional specific solutions for SSEP and AEP recordings.

Intended Audience:
The course is open to all end-users and DPs willing to expand their knowledge in in clinical evoked potentials.