According to Thomas Pearson, M.D., “up to one-fifth of documented epilepsy patients also have non-epileptic events or ‘seizures.’” RSC’s case study regarding help diagnosing non-epileptic spells versus epilepsy describes this distinction as a difficult challenge clouded with complications. That said, an extended video EEG monitoring partnered with journaling helps render proper diagnoses for patients.

In-Home_Video_EEG_Helps_Diagnose_Pseudo_Epilepsy_Pearson.pngIn this free case study, you will learn:

  • Why there is no substitute for extended video EEG monitoring
  • Ways that an interictal EEG has “limited diagnostic utility” 
  • The process of the physiology evaluation
  • How AEEG Video monitoring helped make the distinction between epileptic and nonepileptic events

Here at RSC Diagnostic Services, we take EEGs to the next level by ensuring proper diagnoses from physicians and providing patients and their families the reassurance they need.

Download our free case study today, and see how Video AEEG can help you offer your patient a 48-hour, 72-hour, 96-hour, or 120-hour in-home evaluation.