Ambulatory EEG for long term monitoring, epilepsy monitoring, intensive care, at-home EEG with video, and remote monitoring. Everything you need for EEG in one small, powerful package.

The Arc Apollo EEG system is a compact 1 pound, 3 ounce, rugged amplifier and ambulatory recorder that can capture over three days of data without patient or provider intervention. Patients can move freely with continuous data acquisition. The Apollo offers programmable patient event buttons, a microphone for synchronized voice events, and rechargeable lithium ion batteries.

Intuitive Arc software allows nurses and technicians to remotely control system functionality to ensure quality EEG and video data acquisition throughout the study.

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Improved Patient Care

  • Continuous data acquisition
  • Patient can move freely
  • Continuous impedance checking
  • EEG storage up to 2000Hz per channel

IP Camera Switching

  • Switch cameras on the fly as patients move
  • Change recording cameras from acquisition station, review station, or Sentinel Monitoring station

Sentinel Monitoring Software

  • Monitor multiple patients from one computer
  • Control camera switching and functions
  • Works for control room technicians and nurses
  • See EEG traces and Synopsis trends

At-Home Ambulatory EEG Systems with Remote Monitoring

Together with the new Q-Video® Mobile 3, Apollo can also provide the ultimate solution for outpatient ambulatory EEG with video.

Q-Video Mobile 3

  • HD Video
  • Auto-switching infrared

Easy to Use

  • Onboard battery and storage
  • Over 3 days of recording with no intervention
  • Programmable patient event buttons
  • Microphone for voice events
  • Rechargeable lithium ion battery

Designed for Patient Comfort

  • Compact, 1 lb 3 oz. and rugged
  • Harness, backpack and head mount options

Best Practices in Ambulatory EEG Monitoring

From Neurology Reviews

  • What are the clinical indications for ambulatory EEG monitoring for diagnosing and/or treating epilepsy?
  • What are the safety considerations?
  • And how can quality be ensured?
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Amplifier Specifications

  • 32 channels of EEG with three active/reference pairs
  • Electrode Continuity Check
  • 250, 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz Storage Rates
  • Supports USB Photic
  • Five cable lengths available

Options for EEG Systems

  • Q-Video Mobile 3 with HD video and auto-switching infrared
  • USB Photic Stimulator
  • Wear in harness, backpack and headmount
  • Mount on cart, IV pole or hospital room wall
  • IP camera switching

Configurations

Choose from a variety of cart and computer options, including carts designed with small footprints in the ICU or NICU, wall-mounted setups, and wearable options including a harness and a backpack. You can even mount the amplifier on a patient’s head. Add Q-Video Mobile 3 for at-home video EEG monitoring, and add a mini PC for remote EEG monitoring.

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