There has been considerable advancement with EEG-video monitoring over the last decade, and it is undoubtedly considered the “gold standard” concerning accurate diagnosis of seizures across the board for physicians. However, until recent years, it was always an assumption that prolonged EEG-video monitoring was required as an inpatient setting.

We at RSC are here to tell you this is no longer the only option: this review illustrates the pros and cons of inpatient EEG-video through the words of Selim Benbadis, M.D., the Professor and Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program at the University of South Florida.

Does_EEG_Video_Monitoring_Need_Benbadis.pngIn this free review, you will learn:

  • Why prolonged EEGs and ambulatory EEGs without video aren't comprehensive enough
  • Ways an inpatient setting has limitations and is not effective
  • The high-quality results and conveniences of ambulatory EEG (AEEG) with infrared video and audio

Our mission here at RSC Diagnostic Services is to educate you, the physician, on the advantages of AEEG and how it can benefit your non-critical patients. 

Download our free review today by filling out the form, and see how EEG-video can help ensure accurate diagnosis for your patients with state-of-the-art video equipment and quick turnaround time!