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New diagnostic and treatment options include inpatient monitoring and state-of-the art imaging protocols to improve identification of seizure type and localization of seizure focus.
The first focus is on all facets of seizures in older adults.
Therefore, SISCOM and its advancements have become very important and essential in helping to pinpoint where seizures begin in a patient so that surgery may be considered to eliminate or improve the seizures.
Significance to patient care If a patient's seizures can be more accurately localized during video EEG monitoring with scalp electrodes, it may lead to a better outcome during the second phase of video EEG monitoring using electrodes...
., are focused on epilepsy, a disorder characterized by seizures and affecting over 50 million people worldwide.
The stimulator can detect the onset of seizure activity and then deliver a stimulus to abort the seizure.
Focus areas include: Performing high-resolution immunophenotyping of chemokines, cytokines and activated innate immune effector cells in the blood of patients in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit Undertaking multidimensional analysis of immunophenotype, E...
These seizures usually begin in the first year of life and are often medically intractable.
He is interested in the creation of seizure warning devices targeting electrophysiological biomarkers of epileptogenic brain and precursor signals that precede the onset of clinical seizures.
Use of an investigational intranasal diazepam (NRL-1) therapy as an acute seizure rescue medication.
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