Status epilepticus (SE) is a time-sensitive and life-threatening medical emergency. The occurrence of seizures and SE appears often random and difficult to predict, reducing the quality of life in patients with epilepsy and their families [1]. Here, we summarize the literature on ambulatory seizure detection (focusing on detection modalities and devices for ambulatory monitoring), seizure prediction (focusing on patterns of epileptic seizure and SE occurrence as well as EEG features), and tentatively SE prevention (using closed-loop warning and treatment systems in the future).

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