Aug 6, 2020
The electroencephalogram is a nearly 100-year old neurodiagnostic instrument. And yet, we learn new things from it every day. This week on the BrainWaves podcast, Dr. Tracey Milligan (Mass General Brigham) reviews the indications and utilization of a routine scalp EEG. Also discussed:
Produced by James E. Siegler and Tracey Milligan. Music courtesy
of Steve Combs, Lee Roosevere, Siddhartha, Soft and Furious,
Patches, and Magic in the Other. The opening theme was composed by
Jimothy Dalton. Sound effects by Mike Koenig and Daniel Simion.
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interests exist in the content of this episode. James Siegler
reports having received consulting fees from Ceribell, which
produces a bedside scalp EEG with automated seizure detection.
However, there is no specific reference to this device or company,
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