Society Guidelines for Seizure Management in Critical and Emergency Care

“EEG should be initiated
within 15-60 minutes of suspected Status Epilepticus
in all patients.”

“EEG should be promptly performed and interpreted for the diagnosis of seizures in all comatose patients after ROSC.

“Consider rapid EEG with disposable, single use caps
to reduce staff exposure and conserve PPE.

With Ceribell, any bedside clinician can set-up EEG monitoring for seizure triage in minutes

NCS Guidelines

EEG should be initiated within 15-60 minutes of suspected Status Epilepticus in all patients.

Guidelines for the Evaluation and Management of Status Epilepticus

Published by:
Gretchen M. Brophy, Rodney Bell, Jan Claassen, Brian Alldredge, Thomas P. Bleck, Tracy Glauser, Suzette M. LaRoche, James J. Riviello Jr., Lori Shutter, Michael R. Sperling, David M. Treiman, Paul M. Vespa
Critical Care Treatment Timing (minutes post seizure onset) Goals
Continuous EEG Urgent (15-60min) Evaluate for NCSE if not waking up afterclinically obvious seizures cease

AHA Guidelines

2020 Adult Post-cardiac Arrest Care Algorithm63
Many cardiac arrest patients who survive the initial event will eventually die because of withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in the setting of neurological injury… Thus, much of post-arrest care focuses on mitigating injury to the brain.63

ACNS Recommendations

Technologist Safety and Staffing in COVID1954

“Consider rapid EEG application methods (e.g, use of caps, templates and devices), some of which can be applied by staff who already need to enter the patient’s room (e.g., nurses). This will reduce the number of exposed staff and conserve PPE.