EEG in Therapeutic Hypothermia Following Global Ischemic Injury to the Brain

TH in the setting of global ischemic injury to the brain is a treatment that benefits from EEG monitoring in adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients.

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CortiCare Webinar: CEEG in the ICU – Impact on Outcomes

February 24th:  2:00 pm ET,  1:00 pm CT, 12 pm MT, 11:00 am PT Continuous EEG (cEEG) Monitoring in Critical Care patients has continuously gained momentum over the last 10 years. In the absence of Level 1 evidence for cEEG monitoring, many hospital enterprise systems and practitioners are now more seriously considering its necessity and […]

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Webinar: The Neurological Impact of COVID-19 and How EEG Can Help

    Register Here    *Please be patient, the link may process slowly* Thursday, December 10th  –  3:00 pm Eastern  /  2:00 pm Central   /  12:00 pm Pacific Plan to join us for this brief, informative & educational webinar to learn about the impact Covid-19 has had on neurologic abnormalities and how EEG is superior […]

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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 but remains underused due to equipment costs and a lack of qualified personnel. Advances in technology and staffing models make cEEG monitoring more accessible.  Here […]

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Advantage of cEEG vs aEEG in Monitoring for Neonatal Seizures

The most compelling evidence for the utility of continuous EEG monitoring exists for pediatric patients. While the indications for neonatal EEG can include assessment of age and maturity, measurement of responses to therapy, and as adjunct in neurological prognoses, the most common role of EEG monitoring of neonates is for surveillance and characterization of electrographic […]

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How Continuous EEG Monitoring Improves Patient Management

Electroencephalogram dates back more than a century, but only in the last few decades has technology afforded us the opportunity to explore the full potential of continuous EEG (cEEG). In spite of mounting evidence that continuous EEG monitoring provides vital advantages in numerous clinical settings, including for patients with status epilepticus, cerebral ischemia, disorders of […]

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