Did you know that every year in the United States, there are 150,000 reported incidents of epilepsy according to the Epilepsy Foundation? Many times, these cases vary considerably from person to person, especially with developmentally delayed adults.

In order to establish the correct diagnosis and treatment route, long-term observation using in-home ambulatory video EEG (AEEG) proved vital in RSC’s case study with David J. Sinclair, M.D., a board-certified neurologist. 

Staring_Spells_in_a_Developmentally_Delayed_Adult_Sinclair.pngIn our free case study, you will receive information on: 

  • What the outpatient EEG could not ensure standalone and why it is insufficient
  • The risks of AED therapy without absolute certainty, especially when a patient can’t communicate when they are having a spell
  • Amazing insights that the ambulatory video EEG showed over a 48-hour period
  • How the medication adjustment, gained from the AEEG, helped stop the patient’s spells

This case study is revelatory of RSC’s incredible results and insights for physicians to make more accurate diagnoses than ever before. Not only that, but this bridges the gap for patients who have developmental delays who can’t facilitate adequate communication and require special treatment.

Download our free case study, and learn how RSC Diagnostic Services can help your patients and their loved ones today!