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Leading the Way: Neurodiagnostic Resources

Stratus is committed to providing physicians with the latest insights on the diagnosis and management of epilepsy and other
seizure-like disorders.

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Breaking the News: How to Tell a Patient They Have Epilepsy

Dr. Slater highlights the important items that a neurologist would want to talk about when explaining to a patient their new diagnosis of epilepsy.

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Epilepsy in Women: Is it Safe to Get Pregnant?

Many women with epilepsy are nervous to get pregnant. Stratus breaks down recent research about pregnancy in epilepsy and the risks associated with it.

Delay in the Diagnosis of Epilepsy

4 Common Causes of Delayed Epilepsy Diagnosis

Dr. Klein reviews the recent article by Alessi et all on the reasons why there is a delay in the diagnosis of epilepsy.

Seizure First Aid

Seizure First Aid

Learning what to do if you witness someone experiencing a seizure.

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Epilepsy 101

Epilepsy 101 What is Epilepsy? A common misconception is that anyone who experiences a seizure has epilepsy, however to have an epilepsy diagnosis a person must meet specific criteria.  The International League Against Epilepsy states that an epilepsy diagnosis can be given if a person has “at least two unprovoked seizures occur[ing] greater than 24 …

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Physician Webinar: Anti-Seizure Medication Effects on EEG

Individuals respond differently to anti-seizure medications, and these effects may show up in an individual’s EEG. It’s important to understand the effects of anti-seizure medications before deciding if a medication washout is necessary prior to their EEG study.

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