The Easy III EEG/LTM system is a third generation system comprised of innovative hardware and software designed by the Cadwell development team in Kennewick, Washington. Multiple amplifier configurations are available for routine and mobile EEG, LTM, and EMU recordings. Innovative digital video software allows the user to collect synchronized video.

Easy III EEG/LTM Amplifiers

The Easy III Amplifier can be configured with 46, 54, 86, or 150 channels. The amplifier has an integrated impedance measurement panel to allow the technician to quickly verify impedance levels. The amplifier includes 8 DC inputs, ambient light detection, and Cadwell's EasyNet input connectors. EasyNet connectors provide an on the body network of plug and play modules for oximetry, airflow, body position, and limb movement. A patient event button can be connected to the amplifier through a DC input. The amplifier can be placed on a bedside table or mounted on the wall with a bracket. Connection from the amplifier hardware to the computer is achieved through an Ethernet connection in the Easy III computer. Cadwell offers several input box configurations that are color coded to simplify patient setup. Patient input boxes have a detachable 10 or 20 foot (3 or 6 meter) cable.

Easy Ambulatory EEG System

The Easy Ambulatory system is comprised of a full 32 EEG channel amplifier for complex multi-channel recordings. A patient event button is easily accessible to the patient. The recorder has LED indicators that provide feedback about the recording status and battery levels. The system is powered by two D cell batteries that can provide up to 70 hours of continuous data collection. An internal compact flash memory card collects up to 150 hours of recorded data. The recorder can be directly connected to an Easy III computer for real time monitoring, annotation, and impedance measurement. The Q-Video® Mobile option allows for important synchronized digital video along with the EEG waveform data from anywhere the patient may be – in the home, at the workplace or in the laboratory or clinic.

Easy III Software Design

Patient information can be entered via the Easy III scheduler. Patient data that has been previously entered into the system is easily imported into new recordings. Data collection can be initiated directly from the patient scheduler, or started by launching the Easy III software. Easy III provides multiple workspace views that allow users to preconfigure multiple montages and screen layouts. Default views can be created for single and dual monitor configurations. Physician access is simplified with default patient lists sorted by physician name. The clinical database uses SQL to query, summarize, and display database results.

Easy III Network Design

Easy III synchronizes patient data over a network connection. Data can be stored locally, on the network, or at a specific location specified by the network support team. The system can be configured to allow access across the network or from remote locations. Record management utilities allow recorded data to be manually or automatically copied or moved to specified locations.

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