- Tapa dura: 448 páginas
- Editor: Johns Hopkins University Press; Edición: second edition (1 de septiembre de 2011)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0801897335
- ISBN-13: 978-0801897337
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The Johns Hopkins Atlas of Digital EEG: An Interactive Training Guide (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 sep 2011
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"With this second edition of a work already considered the standard textbook in digital EEG (d/EEG), these three noted epileptologists, Krauss, Fisher, and now Kaplan, have created a work that will become a classic in its field."(Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience)
"Well-organized and sophisticated... as a teaching guide for clinical EEG, this atlas is highly recommended. Besides neurology residents, EEG technologists and physicians who are not experienced in clinical EEG will find this atlas a valuable reference."(Archives of Neurology)
"[A] practical introduction to reading EEG for residents, technologists, and practitioners."(Neurology) Ver Descripción del producto
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The additional software that must be installed (Persyst Insight, etc.) has links provided that are supposed to initiate installation but which are broken and do not lead to an actual installation. I had to find the files on the DVD and install manually for each of the three programs on both Windows platforms. In two cases this led to error messages within the installations and I had to go to each program's web site to download current versions, which then installed correctly.
The actual content is good though somewhat limited on the DVD. The quality of the printed book is OK but many of the pages were not trimmed and needed to be cut apart at bottom or top by hand. All in all a dismal offering from such a reputable organization. I should have known I guess - a stodgy old institution may have trouble truly embracing the digital age. Their digital rendering of EEG information is clumsy at best. To expect a smooth and well designed installation sequence and well constructed digital content was clearly a mistake on my part.
Well, I wanted to use the program. So I went through some of it. The "Chapters" portion pretty much presented the book chapters. The printable EEG report sheet did not work but most of the features did.
The “Read EEG” part is an audio visual tutorial. It probably uses Flash or some other common program. It works though the quality of the images is a bit poor---somewhat blurry. But it is a very good tutorial. I have almost finished the whole thing. “View EEG” is an atlas. But unlike an atlas in a book, you can open it in the Persyst Insight program (which did not install). “Learn EEG” has various parts. The “video review” part has various videos of patients in monitoring units. These seem good. This is where one needs the Harmonie program, which also did not install. One needs Harmonie to see their EEGs.
So I needed to install those programs. I found instructions on a PDF file on the disk. I followed the instructions and manually (more or less manually) installed the programs. It was not totally manually. I found the installer on the disk and the installer did the rest. The Harmonie gives a registry error when installed but the pdf said to ignore it.
Once I installed the programs I could use Persyst Insight on the “View EEG” atlas. But here’s the catch. All you get is a 30 day trial version. After 30 days I need to buy my own copy of Persyst. This is one of those programs that does not even list a cost. You have to ask for a quote. This is for a hospital or a clinic to buy. I have not yet asked for a quote. I do not expect it to be cheap. So part of the usability of this book will last only for 30 days. Harmonie seems to work on the “video review” though each time I use it it notifies me of the registry error. But it works anyway. Just a bit of an annoyance.
All in all this is a good quality product, especially as far as the actual EEG material and teaching is concerned. The software integration, however, leaves something to be desired. And I think it is unfair to sell a book that one can only use fully for 30 days without buying an additional expensive product. Of course, I have not had it for 30 days, so perhaps the Insight program will continue to work. It is possible that the date checker may have been disabled.
I will still give it four stars.
Except for this trivial issue which, according to customer service and technical support, "cannot be fixed" (??), this book is really an excellent EEG primer, with a lot of examples, clearly written and suitable for all levels of training, from the real beginning to more advanced interpretations.
Overall 4 stars because without the DVD this book becomes a "not-at-all-interactive training guide".
Bottom line dedicated to Johns Hopkins University Press IT experts: folks please, start considering cyber-etiquette and treat Mac and Windows users equally (we're in 2012, after all).