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Comparing Seizures Captured by Rapid Response EEG and Conventional EEG Recordings in a Multicenter Clinical Study

Frontiers in Neurology | Accepted 26 May 2022

Seizures detected on both EEG systems had similar electrographic appearance and laterality. Seizures detected only on conventional EEG (within 24 h following Rapid-EEG) were visible in the temporal chains, and external clinical factors (e.g., treatment with anti-seizure medications, sedation, and duration of recordings) explained the delayed presentation of seizures. Patients with seizures detected only by Rapid-EEG were treated with anti-seizure medications, and subsequent conventional EEG detected interictal highly epileptiform patterns with similar laterality.

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