Leading the Way: Neurodiagnostic Resources
Stratus is committed to providing physicians with the latest insights on the diagnosis and management of epilepsy and other
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.
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.
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
Learning what to do if you witness someone experiencing a seizure.
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 …
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.