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Electroencephalography. Fig. 3. EEG and (drug-induced) state changes. (a) epoch of scalp EEG simultaneously recorded from four midline electrodes according to the international 10-20 montage system showing a gradient of occipital alpha (spindle at Oz and Pz approximately 10 Hz) rhythm, "fading-out" in more anterior topography domains (b) dramatic EEG changes on clonazepam (1 mg i.v.); note the lack of alpha, and the slow wave activity in frontal leads. (c) drug-induced increased (fast) beta commonly occurs. Major tick 1 s, minor ticks 200 ms; calibration bar 100mV. * *R-R interval from EKG.

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