Ambulatory EEG

An Ambulatory EEG Test is conducted if a patient’s brain activity has to be monitored for a longer period of time. Electrodes will be placed while in the lab and the patient will wear or carry a recorder for up to three days. Patients may conduct their normal routines as the Ambulatory EEG is being recorded and will return to the lab daily to allow an electroneurodiagnostic technician to download the patient’s data and check the electrode connection.

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