Prioritising EEG referrals by those most likely to show epileptiform abnormalities could help improve diagnostic, time and cost benefits for neurologists and their patients, Australian clinicians say. A retrospective study of 239 routine EEGs run at Blacktown Hospital in 2017 found up to 84.9% of patients were referred for higher-yield indications such as first seizure, ...
Prioritising EEG for some abnormalities will to avoid unnecessary referrals
By Natasha Doyle
7 Oct 2021