Video AEEG Service

AT-HOME VIDEO AEEG: AMBULATORY ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM

A video ambulatory electroencephalogram (Video AEEG) is a diagnostic examination that records and evaluates electrical impulses within the brain via electrodes attached to the scalp for a duration of 24-72 hours. The procedure is performed when routine EEG has failed to identify the source of a patient’s symptoms. The AEEG is significantly more sensitive in the diagnosis of seizure activity owing to the facts that up to 72 hours of recordings are stored, the patient is in the environments where their symptoms occur, and live video streaming is analyzed along with AEEG testing results.

Faster Turnaround

Patient Safety

Cost Effective

Accuracy

Rationale

A video Ambulatory EEG is an essential diagnostic test for evaluating a variety of neurological conditions including:

  • SEIZURE DISORDERS

  • HEAD TRAUMA

  • CHRONIC MIGRAINES

  • POST-STROKE EVALUATION

  • BRAIN TUMORS

  • SLEEP DISORDERS

  • MEMORY PROBLEMS

  • DROP ATTACKS

Benefits of At-Home Testing

Monitoring patients in an at-home environment provides a means to collect vital neurological data over a longer duration and in the patient’s routine environment that may contribute to various neurological symptoms. This means more accurate data to facilitate a timelier diagnosis for your patients. Peer reviewed studies have shown that at-home video AEEG studies are comparable in efficacy to inpatient AEEG services at a significantly reduced cost to both the patient and payor.

Additionally, at-home testing also enables at-risk patients to avoid unnecessary exposure to pathogens common in hospital environments.