EEG Signal in ICU, EMU and OR

may, 2021

06may11:00 am12:00 pmEEG Signal in ICU, EMU and ORJoin this eseminar : EEG Signal in ICU, EMU and OR with Aashit Shah / 11.00 AM - 12.00 PM EST


Event Details

Course introduction: 
During this webinar presentation Dr. Aashit Shah will discuss the EEG recording as an adjunctive tool in the care of patients with epilepsy but that its use, has been limited over the years due to perceived lack of specificity and limited technological capabilities. In last 2 decades, with progress in computer technology and digital EEG recording and analysis, the simultaneous video EEG recording has become a powerful tool in diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy syndromes and surgical treatment of epilepsy. It is also being increasingly used as an adjunct for care of patients where the neurological exam is limited. With increasing knowledge of temporal changes in EEG and analysis of these trends as well as, technological advances in signal processing and remote monitoring, it is becoming an integral part of neurocritical care and in the operating room. The lecture will review digitization of EEG signal and its effects, evolution of long-term EEG and intraoperative monitoring and its current use in neurological/neurosurgical care and will discuss future use of EEG signals in care of various neurological conditions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review evolution of EEG recording and journey from analog to digital EEG
  • Review use of video EEG in ambulatory and inpatient setting in care of patients with epilepsy
  • Discuss evolution of EEG in coma, SE, and cardiopulmonary arrest
  • LTM in ICU and future trends
  • EEG and EPs in IOM of neurological function

CE Credits:
This course is valid for 1.0 Contact Hour ASET CECs

Speakers for this event

  • Aashit Shah

    Aashit Shah

    MD, FAAN, FANA Chief of Neurology Carilion Clinic

    Dr. Shah is the Chief of Neurology at Carilion Clinic and Tenured to Title Professor at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. He is also appointed as an adjunct professor, Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC and Virginia Tech Faculty of Health Sciences. Prior to moving to Virginia, Dr. Shah served as the Interim Chair of Neurology at Wayne State University School of Medicine and served as the Specialist-in-Chief of Neurology at Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Shah’s main clinical interest is epilepsy management and treatment, including surgical treatment of epilepsy, EEG monitoring in the ICU, intracranial EEG monitoring, and management of epilepsy through the life cycle. He is the founding Director of the Level 4 Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at Carilion Clinic and a current member of the Professional Advisory Board of the Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia and the ROW Foundation.

    MD, FAAN, FANA Chief of Neurology Carilion Clinic


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