Epilepsy EEG Monitoring
Arc EEG follows every stage of a patient’s journey, from seizure to treatment
When a patient is first being evaluated for an epilepsy diagnosis, a routine EEG or clinical EEG may be recommended.
EEG in the EMU
Long-term inpatient monitoring utilizes EEG with video to diagnose epilepsy, and complete presurgical evaluations.
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EEG in the EMU
Arc helps you diagnose definite epilepsy, determine types of seizures, identify subclinical activity, localize activity, complete pre-surgical evaluations, and monitor the effects of AEDs.
Two options make Arc an effective solution in the EMU: Arc Essentia and Arc Apollo. Both can be installed hardwired or as cart-based systems, and Apollo can allow your patients the benefits of an ambulatory system: portable, lightweight, comfortable, and battery powered.
Intracranial EEG Monitoring
Arc offers high-channel counts for intracranial EEG monitoring with grid, strip and stereotactic electrodes to functionally map the brain and localize epileptogenic zone(s).
Subthreshold cortical stimulation can be used to help stop seizures in critical brain regions without affecting brain function.
Cortical stimulation mapping and cortical somatosensory evoked potentials help guide the plan for epilepsy and tumor neurosurgery.
Arc Zenith is Cadwell’s solution for high-channel count EEG with integrated cortical stimulation.
Arc EEG Software
Arc software features the most recent EEG code in a new and simple platform that offers easier to interpret data, streamlined assessment tools and a rich report generator. Arc integrates well with your current technologies and IT infrastructure, and is HL7 compatible.
Start a recording with a single click in Arc, without entering patient information. This is helpful if you patient is having a potential event, and you need to start recording immediately.
Sentinel Monitoring allows you to remotely monitor multiple patients on one central computer, receive audible and visual event notifications, control cameras, enter events, and view and review EEG and video.
Cadwell provides free regular software updates. We are committed to contributing to cutting-edge EEG technology and supporting our customers.
CadLink supports role-based access and remote monitoring
CadLink Information Management allows encrypted and secure remote monitoring and enables remote control over Arc software and cameras.
Remote monitorists benefit from role-based access, so they see the data the way they want it, without affecting the acquisition. Each user can edit montages, views and windows on the fly, easily adjust sensitivity, change high-cut and low-cut filters, and change paper speed.
Remote monitorists can even adjust the pan, tilt and zoom of the IP cameras or switch between networked cameras and adjust the recording quality on the fly. Video snapshots can be captured and added to reports. Color-burst in Q-Video is designed to help identify small movements like facial twitches, identify movements of limbs under bed sheets, and rule out artifacts.
How much does an EEG machine cost?
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Product availability may vary between different countries and markets. Please contact Cadwell for additional information.