SEEG and Semiology in the Study of Refractory Epilepsy

The use of Stereoelectroencephalography (SEEG) has rapidly increased over the last decade and there is growing interest in this method of intracranial EEG monitoring. This webinar reviews the basic principles of formulating a hypothesis for SEEG. The importance of analyzing seizure semiology will be highlighted. The use of cortical stimulation and the interpretation of SEEG is […]

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An Update on EMUs and the NAEC Standards

The National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) has produced standards for the accreditation of epilepsy centers. In particular, “The Guidelines for Essential Services, Personnel, and Facilities in Specialized Epilepsy Centers in the United States – Revised 2010 Guidelines” are the basis for the criteria that NAEC uses to accredit level 3 and 4 epilepsy centers. […]

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Current Practice of Pediatric and Neonatal ICU EEG Monitoring

Guidelines for pediatric and neonatal ICU EEG monitoring are available to provide direction to pediatric epileptologists and neurocritical care physicians. However, the implementation of these guidelines and current practice varies widely between different healthcare settings.  There is demonstrated value from the identification and treatment of seizures with regards to the overall outcome for these children. […]

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Using EEG for Subject Enrichment in Clinical Trials

Pharma clinical trials for new medications or other interventions that may impact or compromise brain function require that EEG be recorded, monitored, and analyzed. But EEG can also be a key tool to improve the quality and appropriateness of the subject cohort in a specific clinical trial. This webinar will present why, what, and how […]

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PNES: Not Everything That Shakes is a Seizure

Some patients exhibit behaviors that at first glance appear to be seizure related. However, there can be other causes and driving factors that result in these real symptoms and behaviors. Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES) can be easily misdiagnosed and are often misunderstood and therefore treated incorrectly. Dr. Selim Benbadis, Director of the University of South Florida /Tampa […]

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Epilepsy Care in the Time of COVID-19

Dr. Hiba Haider, an Epileptologist from Emory Healthcare, covers the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had, and continues to have, on the delivery of healthcare to patients with epilepsy and other seizure disorders, with an emphasis on approaches to assessment and management in the critical care environment as well as alternatives to inpatient EMU […]

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CEEG in the ICU – Impact on Outcomes

In this 50-minute free webinar, Dr. Sahar Zafar, a Neurointensivist and Clinical Neurophysiologist, presents current information on the impact of Continuous EEG Monitoring on the functional outcomes of critically ill patients and guidelines for its use.

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Neurologic Impact of COVID-19 and EEG

In this recorded 25-minute webinar, Dr. Dona Kim Murphy, Director of Scientific Affairs for CortiCare, presents recent information on the impact on the brain of COVID-19 and how EEG monitoring helps assess patients in critical care.

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