A ‘Dynamic’ Technique to Categorize Seizures

July 21, 2020

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Presented by Michigan Medicine

Clinicians usually use EEG electrodes to monitor the location of a seizure, the start and stop time and reported systems. However, this does not always lead to effective treatments. A new method of seizure analysis may help neurologists understand what happens when the brain creates out-of-control electrical activity.

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