Electro-Caps are an EEG electrode application technique.
They are made of an elastic spandex-type fabric with recessed, pure
tin electrodes attached to the fabric. The electrodes on the standard
caps are positioned to the International 10-20 method of electrode
placement. The medium Electro-Cap will fit approximately 65% of all
patients over the age of 5. The small cap will fit primarily children
from the ages of 2 to 5 years. The extra small cap will fit most children
from 9 months to 2 years of age. Sizes in age are approximate; the
patient should always be measured to determine proper cap size.
Infa-Caps are similar to the regular Electro-Caps. These
caps will fit newborn infants to babies about the age of 9 to 12 months.
Infa-cap I has International 10-20 electrode placements. Standard
Infa-Caps II and III have abbreviated electrode placements consisting
of F1, F2, C3, C4, 01,02, T3, T4, Cz and ground. Infa-Cap III can
be used for recording premature babies by using E6 Disposable Sponge
Disks on all of the electrodes.
sizes are available. See price list for measurements.