Video electroencephalogram (VEEG) is a non-invasive investigation for patients presenting with recurrent seizures. It is a crucial tool when determining whether seizures are epileptic in nature, classifying the subtype of epilepsy and determining suitability for surgery [1]. Patients are typically admitted to an epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU) for VEEG assessment and anti-epileptic medications (AEDs) are reduced or ceased in order to increase the likelihood of recording a seizure during the observation period [1].

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