William O. Tatum March 23, 2019

There is currently underutilization of ambulatory techniques in evaluating patients with episodic neurological, in addition to non-neurological conditions [1]. Prior reports comparing routine EEG with ambulatory EEG (aEEG) is often more informative for optimal seizure identification [2,3]. Furthermore, outpatient aEEG monitoring has been shown to be less expensive than inpatient 24-hour video-EEG monitoring (VEM), less restrictive to patients, and allows EEG recording in one’s natural environment with exposure to daily seizure triggers [3].

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