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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.

Epilepsy

What To Do After An Epilepsy Diagnosis?

Receiving an epilepsy diagnosis can be overwhelming. In this blog, we highlight some of the resources and organizations out there to help.

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The New Role of Remote Care in Neurology

Timely access to care during COVID-19 is still a challenge. Dr. Klein highlights the impacts, attitudes, and needs for remote care in neurology.

Man Fainted Due to Syncope in the Heart

Syncope 101

Fainting can be caused by the heart, brain, or metabolic disturbances. In this blog we discuss fainting due to cardiac triggers (“syncope”) versus seizure activity.

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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.

Pregnant Woman with 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.

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Stratus Publishes Research Paper in Epilepsia Open

Stratus has conducted an internal data review on the optimal length of study for an ambulatory VEEG test.

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