Routine and Ambulatory Review include powerful tools for quick review.
Routine and Ambulatory Review is used to determine the presence of electrographic seizures and interictal spikes in routine and ambulatory EEG recordings. Unequalled seizure detection sensitivity and the lowest false positive rate of any detector create a concise list of seizure candidates. Rapid review of any spike events that have been detected completes the process. Electrode artifacts are automatically detected and removed prior to calculating seizure probability or trends.
The result is a comprehensive analysis of spike and seizure activity in your routine and ambulatory recordings—simply, quickly and accurately.