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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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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