Designed to simulate an actual EEG lab reading session, Adult EEG teaches EEG interpretation to neurology residents, clinical neurophysiology fellows, neurologists, and neurodiagnostic technologists using more than 200 cases containing over 600 EEGs, and a self-testing section to reinforce learning.
A wide variety of EEGs are presented illustrating the spectrum of neurologic pathologies in adults, including epilepsy, encephalopathies, stroke, degenerative disorders, comatose states, and more. Teaching points are highlighted in each case, making this the ideal vehicle for clinical self-assessment and board preparation. The second edition of this unique digital program features many new cases and questions and an improved user interface. Dr. Mark Scheuer joins Dr. Richard Brenner as co-author, and has prepared an entirely new module devoted to quantitative EEG and trending. The module includes a didactic section to help users understand how the technology works and findings are interpreted, and includes multi-layered cases from the ICU, Epilepsy Monitoring Unit, and ambulatory EEG settings. These cases illustrate the use of quantitative EEG trending and seizure detection during review of prolonged EEG recordings.
Adult EEG teaches EEG interpretation to neurology residents, clinical neurophysiology fellows, neurologists, and neurodiagnostic technologists.