Epilepsy a-pocketcard

Epilepsy a-pocketcard


The Epilepsy a-pocketcards provide essential information on epilepsy related topics including assessment, differential diagnosis, EEG interpretation, and seizure therapy. The app contains concise scales and classifications, making it a valuable companion during medical examination, on ward rounds and during medical studies. Additional information includes:

* International League Against Epilepsy classification system
* Lateralizing and localizing signs in focal epilepsies
* National Hospital Seizure Severity Scale
* Checklist for care providers and patient consultation

It was written by Krakow and Stuckrad-Barre.

Table of Contents

- Classification (ILAE)
- Class. of epileptic seizures
- Class. of epilep. and syndromes

- Assessment
- History
- Lab
- Lumbar puncture
- Serum levels
- EEG
- MRI/CT
- Other

- Loc. Signs in Focal Epilepsies

- DD of Epileptic Seizures

- Nat. Hosp. Seizure Sev. Scale

- Checklist f. Pat. Consultation
- General epilepsy information
- Issues for women
- Lifestyle
- Drug treatment
- Psychosocial consequences
- Seizure triggers
- Support

- EEG 10 - 20 Electrode Placement
- Anatom. electrode placement
- 10 - 20 electrode placement
- Montage designations

-EEG Background Activity

- EEG Report (ACNS)
- Description of the EEG
- Interpret. of the EEG (ACNS)

-EEG Waves - Variants
- Interictal epilep. discharges
- Benign EEG variants & patterns
- Sleep waves

- Interictal Epilep. Discharges
- Sleep EEG
- Checklist bef. init. Drug Tx
- MRI Scans evaluation strategy
- Suggested Checklist before Drug Tx
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About Epilepsy a-pocketcard
The Epilepsy a-pocketcards provide essential information on epilepsy related topics including assessment, differential diagnosis, EEG interpretation, and seizure therapy. The app contains concise scales and classifications, making it a valuable companion during medical examination, on ward rounds and during medical studies. Additional information includes:

* International League Against Epilepsy classification system
* Lateralizing and localizing signs in focal epilepsies
* National Hospital Seizure Severity Scale
* Checklist for care providers and patient consultation

It was written by Krakow and Stuckrad-Barre.

Table of Contents

- Classification (ILAE)
- Class. of epileptic seizures
- Class. of epilep. and syndromes

- Assessment
- History
- Lab
- Lumbar puncture
- Serum levels
- EEG
- MRI/CT
- Other

- Loc. Signs in Focal Epilepsies

- DD of Epileptic Seizures

- Nat. Hosp. Seizure Sev. Scale

- Checklist f. Pat. Consultation
- General epilepsy information
- Issues for women
- Lifestyle
- Drug treatment
- Psychosocial consequences
- Seizure triggers
- Support

- EEG 10 - 20 Electrode Placement
- Anatom. electrode placement
- 10 - 20 electrode placement
- Montage designations

-EEG Background Activity

- EEG Report (ACNS)
- Description of the EEG
- Interpret. of the EEG (ACNS)

-EEG Waves - Variants
- Interictal epilep. discharges
- Benign EEG variants & patterns
- Sleep waves

- Interictal Epilep. Discharges
- Sleep EEG
- Checklist bef. init. Drug Tx
- MRI Scans evaluation strategy
- Suggested Checklist before Drug Tx

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