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Improved access to rapid electroencephalography at a community hospital reduces inter-hospital transfers for suspected non-convulsive seizures

Epileptic Disorders | Accepted 3 December 2021

Patient transfers from community hospitals to larger hubs are often necessary to receive advanced care. These transfers are disruptive to families and costly for the patient and hospital. Diagnosing suspected non-convulsive seizures does not need to be a reason to transfer. New data published by Stanford University has shown that Ceribell EEG obviated the need for transfers in 94% of patients, optimized patient care while keeping families together, and saving thousands of dollars per patient.

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