During the COVID-19 crisis, our commitment at Ceribell is to help you with your patient care in any way we can. We understand the increasing challenge you face to maintain EEG capacity for your critically ill patients.
- You might be facing a greater need for EEG in patients with acute respiratory distress, and in particular, those requiring mechanical ventilation
- You may be concerned about exposure to infection through patient
contact or contaminated equipment
- Your staffing situation may be challenged as the virus spreads to our
healthcare teams on the front lines
Ceribell Point-of-Care EEG was developed for ease of use and urgency in the critical care setting, and there is nothing more urgent than our current environment.
We are offering a “goodwill” program during this crisis to help critical care teams maintain EEG capability.
Contact us to learn more about our “goodwill” program.
Phone Number: 1.800.436.0826
Goodwill Program Resources
1 loaner Ceribell EEG recorder
Unlimited remote EEG portal access at no cost
10 patient headbands on consignment (additional headbands available)
ClarityTM software — 24/7 continuous EEG monitoring with automatic seizure detection
Immediate remote training for any member of your clinical staff at no cost (15 minutes)
Designed for use in highly infectious areas
- Ceribell Recorder may be operated inside a biohazard specimen bag
- Ceribell Recorder may be sanitized after use with a standard bleach wipe
- Ceribell Headband is single patient use and may be discarded after use
Watch our Sanitation Video to Learn More
Designed for simplicity in workflow
If you are facing greater EEG demand or need to maintain EEG capability with limited staffing, Ceribell can help.
- 5-minute set-up by any clinician — no EEG technician required
- Seizure detection and triage by any bedside physician in minutes
- Ceribell EEG may be reviewed remotely using the Ceribell Portal
Ceribell letter to customers: supporting EEG needs during the COVID-19 crisis
We understand the increasing challenge you face to maintain EEG capacity for your critically ill patients. You might be facing a greater need for EEG in patients with acute respiratory distress, and in particular those requiring mechanical ventilation.
This letter to customers summarizes the “goodwill” program we are offering during this crisis to help you maintain your EEG
ACNS guidelines for treating patients in a highly infectious environment
The American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ACNS) has recently updated guidelines for treating patients in an environment with known or suspected COVID-19 infections. To limit EEG technician exposure to COVID-19, they recommend minimizing patient contact and considering a rapid EEG when EEG is required in the ICU.
SCCM COVID-19 resources: EEG changes associated with COVID-19
An expert panel representing the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) and the
Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) who discuss EEG monitoring and implementation of a EEG program in COVID-19 patients, seizure detection, utility and treatment implications, along with practical considerations. The panelists discuss their experiences at their facilities and take questions from the audience.
How to Approach Neurological Manifestations of COVID-19 Patients, a collaboration between NCS and SCCM
The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), along with several sponsoring societies, hosted a joint virtual event: COVID-19: What’s Next.
Ceribell invites you to view an important session presentation by Dr. Neha S. Dangayach of Mt Sinai Hospital and Health System: How to Approach Neurological Manifestations of COVID-19 Patients, a session collaboration between the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) and the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM).
Neurology Practice in the Age of COVID-19: experts from across the U.S. share what they have learned
A series of webinars sharing the real-world clinical impact of COVID-19 on neurology practice.
Dr. Madeleine Grigg-Damberger, Dr. Matthew Markert, Dr. Fawaz Al-Mufti, Dr. Navaz
Karanja, Dr. Parsahw Dorriz, Dr. Aimee Aysenne, Dr. Jennifer Shum, Dr. Monica Dhakar