Do you find reading aEEG stressfull?
After teaching aEEG for more than 10 years, one of the most common requests I get is how to read aEEG. I know that reading aEEG can seem a bit tricky when you first get started, but I promise, with a little practice you will feel much more confident!
In a recent Live Q&A Session, I shared my simple 5 step process for reading aEEG at the bedside.
I hope that the next time you are faced with reading aEEG that this simple (yet comprehensive) approach will really help you!
And, I would love to hear from you… which step do you find the most difficult when it comes to reading aEEG at the bedside of the NICU??
1. Classify Background Brain Activiy
2. Count Sleep Wake Cycles
3. Compare hemispheres
4. Comb the aEEG for Suspicious Areas
5. Confirm seizures by looking at the EEG
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