Does your headset work with our traditional EEG recording software?
No, but finished EEG datasets can be exported as EDF+ files and uploaded into most traditional EEG review tools.
Does the Zeto software have an HL7 interface to connect to our medical record (EMR)?
No, but you can import finished reports as PDF or .docx documents into your EMR.
Yes. You can import our exported study file into Persyst for trending or any other Persyst functionality.
How would we get your report into our EMR?
Reports can be imported into your EMR as a PDF, .docx, or via clipboard pasting.
The report writer is a comprehensive physician-driven reporting tool that consists of a series of drop-down options that converts user inputs into readable reports. Users can freely edit template suggestions and manually input their own wording.
How do I export the study and the report?
You can export the report as a Word document or a PDF. You can export the study data as an EDF+ file.
How do you import other software EDF data and use it on your software?
Users can upload and import third-party EEG data, including data in EDF or EDF+ formats.
Can you remove the video attachment from the study prior to storing it?
Yes. The video attachment can be removed prior to storage. However, long- term storage is very affordable at $175 per terabyte per year.
Yes. We offer export functions for EDF+, .txt, and .xlsx export formats.
Can we create our own montages?
After users share their requirements, Zeto builds these custom montages, and they become available within a 1-week period.
Can we change montages during the study?
Yes. Montages can be freely changed during and after the recording.
Is there an alert when impedances are bad?
There is a prominent color change in our signal quality indicators when the EEG data is less than ideal. That empowers users to decide if they wish to intervene or wait for signals to calm down.
What is the average file size for a study with and without video?
An average size is 200MB for a 1-hour EEG, depending on your sampling rate (250 Hz versus 500 Hz). Additional storage will be required when video is stored simultaneously. The storage space needed for video depends on the video recording resolution.