Bibliometrics EEG Metrics Associations and Connections Between Military Medicine and the Differentiate Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Author(s): Vasileios Stefanidis, Sozon Papavlasopoulos, Marios Poulos, Nikos Bardis
Abstract: In this paper we investigate the bibliometric association and connection between Electroencephalography (EEG) metrics of human brain and connections between military medicine and the post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In EEG metrics included various metrics used from scientists in order to map the brain activity. Inrecent years there has been an increasingly amount of data connect EEG metrics with PTSD and military medicine. Due to breakthroughs in biology and bioinformatics, more and more data are stored in various large databases as biomedical databases. In recent years, biomedical information has become the center of research, and its data volume has continued to grow. Therefore, obtaining effective information from scientists has become increasingly challenging. As a new scientific field of bioinformatics, new tools and applications are needed to extract important scientific data based on experimental results and information provided by papers and journals. In this paper we are going to investigate methods based in acustom made IT system, more specifically a programmable in Python toolin order to find connections between the differentiate post traumatic stress disorder and the brain operation and signaling. This IT system could become a useful tool against the struggle of scientists and medicalprofessionalsin the near future.
Keywords: EEG metrics, MedLine, Bioinformatics, Co-citation coupling, Bibliometrics, PubMed, Power Spectra, PTSD, ERPs, EEG Entropy, EEG Rhythms
WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine, ISSN / E-ISSN: 1109-9518 / 2224-2902, Volume 18, 2021, Art. #8