Ceribell For Emergency Patient Triage

In the Emergency Department, you need reliable patient information, and you need it fast.

You have bedside devices for vital signs from every major bodily function, except the brain. 

Up to 1/3 of high-risk critical patients experience non-convulsive (subclinical) seizures, which can lead to permanent brain injury and even death. These patients are often intubated and non-responsive.55

Without brain monitoring, how would you know?

Time to treatment is essential to prevent long-term cognitive disability.56
Risk of morbidity and mortality grows exponentially with time to diagnosis57
  • EEG monitoring should start immediately if seizures are suspected (15-60 minutes)56
  • Lack of rapid EEG has been defined as “insufficient therapy”56

Rapid brain monitoring should be considered for any patient with GCS ≤8

Patients with high-risk conditions frequently experience coexistent non-convulsive seizures56

These may complicate clinical presentation and contribute to the altered mental status

Ceribell for informed diagnostics

Ceribell is a point-of-care, AI-powered brain monitor that allows bedside clinicians to quickly identify or rule out seizure within 5 minutes

Ceribell performance has been validated in clinical studies so clinicians can use it with confidence
2x greater diagnostic confidence58
Expedited disposition from ED in 21% of patients59
53% change in ED clinical management plan59
Clarity AI accuracy to detect or rule-out status epilepticus60
*Seizure burden is the prevalence defined by the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ACNS) as the percentage of time that EEG shows seizure activity. American Clinical Neurophysiology Society's Standardized Critical Care EEG Terminology: 2012 version. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, Volume 30, Number 1, February 2013