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REACT: Real-time EEG Analysis for Event Detection
REACT: Real-time EEG Analysis for Event Detection
REACT: Real-time EEG Analysis for Event Detection
REACT: Real-time EEG Analysis for Event Detection
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REACT: Real-time EEG Analysis for Event Detection

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The REACT technology is used for automatic, real-time detection of neurological events. Our focus in this work is on seizure detection, in both neonates and adults. We present three demonstrators of …

The REACT technology is used for automatic, real-time detection of neurological events. Our focus in this work is on seizure detection, in both neonates and adults. We present three demonstrators of REACT in clinical, laboratory and ambulatory scenarios.

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  • 1. REACT: R eal-time E EG A nalysis for Event Dete ct ion Andrey Temko, Robert P. McEvoy , Denis Dwyer, Stephen Faul, Gordon Lightbody, William P. Marnane First AMA-IEEE Medical Technology Conference on Individualized Healthcare, Washington, D.C., 22nd March 2010 Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering University College Cork, IRELAND
  • 2. Motivation
    • Seizure: A brief electrical discharge of a group of neurons in a synchronized manner
    • Neonates: Most prominent feature of neurological dysfunction
    • Adults: Approximately 1% of world population suffers from epilepsy
    REACT Real-time EEG Analysis for Event Detection Point-of-Care Technology
  • 3. REACT Technology Smoothing & thresholding Support Vector Machine 55 features (frequency envelope, wavelet, model-based (AR), structural, time-domain, etc.) Filtering, re-sampling, segmentation A. Temko, E. Thomas, G. Boylan, W. Marnane and G. Lightbody, "An SVM-Based System and Its Performance for Detection of Seizures in Neonates” S. Faul, A. Temko and W. Marnane "Age-Independent Seizure Detection” Proceedings of the 31st Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC ‘09), Minneapolis, September 2009
  • 4. Demonstrators Bedside EEG Monitoring System Offline analysis for both clinicians & engineers Blackfin DSP Clinical Ambulatory Laboratory
  • 5. Future Work
    • Clinical trails of REACT in CUH NICU
    • Low-power ambulatory seizure detection
    • Detection of spikes, sharp waves, artefacts, etc.
    {andreyt, robertmce, stephenf}@eleceng.ucc.ie www.ucc.ie/en/neonatalbrain www.ucc.ie/en/eedsp DSP ΣΣ

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