EEG – a Frontline Tool for the ED

The role for EEG evaluation and monitoring in the ED is well documented, though … there are challenges to obtaining an EEG recording and having it accurately read in a timely manner.

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Update on the impact of COVID-19 on EEG activity

Reports from Wuhan and Lombardy early in this pandemic indicated that COVID-19 has a significant impact on the brain. In the acute period of SARS-CoV-2 infection, 34.6 % patients were […]

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Long-Term Video-EEG Studies: EMU vs. In-Home

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Long-term EEG studies can take days or weeks to schedule and complete, and studies taking place in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) come with increased risk in today’s circumstances. The […]

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Teleneurology is Helping Rural Hospitals Retain Patients

Telemedicine or telehealth has been described as a path to virtual integrated care and is changing health care delivery in communities across the United States (US). The use of telehealth  […]

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Home-centered EEG Services in the Time of COVID-19

With patients and potential patients across the country being advised to avoid hospitals and to cancel or delay elective procedures, telemedicine and other remote digital health services are being touted as […]

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Resources & Recommendations for Neurodiagnostic Testing During COVID-19

ASET- The Neurodiagnostic Society Recently the American Society for Electrodiagnostic Technologists (ASET) published its recommendations on the appropriate infection control precautions to follow when providing needed diagnostic EEG procedures, assuming […]

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ACNS Resources for Managing Requests for Neurodiagnostic Testing

Recently, the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ACNS) published a series of resources covering technologist safety, equipment cleaning, physician staffing and how to manage orders and requests for neurodiagnostic testing, including […]

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New EEG Solutions for New Challenges

March 2020 New Challenges The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many clinicians and facilities to reassess priorities and the processes for delivering services.  This is clearly true in the healthcare segments […]

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NEUROLOGICAL INVOLVEMENT WITH COVID-19: Consider Continuous EEG Monitoring in Some Patients

We want to emphasize to both adult and pediatric ICU providers that when patients present with severe respiratory compromise during the COVID-19 pandemic and are exhibiting impaired consciousness, brain monitoring may be in order.

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Five Benefits of Continuous EEG (cEEG) Monitoring

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Despite demonstrating positive outcomes, continuous EEG monitoring (cEEG) remains underutilized. A December 2018 article in Neurology Today suggests that cEEG is associated with lower in-hospital mortality among critically ill patients […]

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