Saturday 6th April 2019
Registration Fee: £150
Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
This event is now approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians for 6 CPD credits.
The interpretation of EEG both in status epilepticus and on the intensive care unit is notoriously difficult, and yet there are few settings in which EEG is not more important, and both are settings in which the skilful use of EEG can make an enormous difference to clinical outcomes. Furthermore, recording in the intensive care unit carries problems not encountered in the normal EEG recording laboratories. Debate rages about the how much and how often EEG should be performed and which techniques are optimal. This is an area where practice varies quite considerably in different units and different countries. This teaching course is aimed at all doctors treating patients with status epilepticus and/or patients in intensive care settings, and also for EEG technologists. The emphasis is on providing practical guidance for patient management in these clinical settings and practical advice in different clinical situations. The course is taught by a distinguished international faculty who give their experience of practice in Europe and the USA as well as in Britain.
Pre-colloquium Course: EEG in Status Epilepticus and on the Intensive Care Unit
- Matthew Walker
- Sándor Beniczky
- Eugen Trinka
- Simon Shorvon
|Time||Title of talk:||Speaker|
|09.50||Introduction||Prof Eugen Trinka. Salzburg, Austria
Dr Sándor Beniczky. Copenhagen, Denmark
|10.00||Classification of EEG in Status epilepticus||Prof Eugen Trinka. Salzburg, Austria|
|10.30||ICU EEG Terminology||Dr Sándor Beniczky. Copenhagen, Denmark|
|11.00||ICU EEG Monitoring: Indications and Outcomes||Prof Thomas Bleck. Chicago, USA|
|12.00||ICU EEG Monitoring in Neonates||Prof Ronit Pressler. London, UK|
|12.30||EEG in postanoxic Coma||Dr Stephan Ruegg. Basel, Switzerland|
|13.00||SCORE-EEG||Dr Sándor Beniczky. Copenhagen, Denmark|
|14.30||Challenges of Recording cEEG in the ITU’||Prof Matthew Walker. London, UK|
|15.00||EEG in Encephalopathy||Prof Peter Kaplan. Baltimore, USA|
|15.30||Quantitative EEG: Methodology||Dr Markus Leitinger. Salzburg, Austria|
|16.00||In the ITU – do we need intermittent EEG or continuous video-EEG||Prof Matthew Walker. London, UK|
|17.00||Use of EEG to manage Super Refractory SE||Prof Andrew Cole. Boston, USA|
|17.30||Integrating EEG into neurocritical care||Dr Raimond Helbok, Innsbruck, Austria|
|18.00||Summary and Future||Prof Mathew Walker. London UK|
The course will consist of lectures and a pack of course materials will be provided.
The objectives of the course are:
- To provide practical guidance on the uses of EEG in these settings for diagnosis and clinical management
- To provide an appreciation of the place of EEG in a variety of clinical situations
- To provide an understanding of the various EEG techniques which can be employed.
Who the course is aimed at: Trainee and consultant doctors in the field of clinical neuroscience, electrophysiological technicians.
The course is held in conjunction with the 7th London-Innsbruck Colloquium on Status Epilepticus and Acute seizures (April 7-9 2019, Crick Institute, London)- see www.statusepilepticus.eu. The first 50 delegates who register for the teaching course will receive a 25% discount on registration fees for the Colloquium. In order to qualify for the discount you will be required to register for the EEG course and then enter a discount code. This discount code will be sent to you by the ILAE British Branch once you have completed your registration. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other course information
- A certificate of attendance will be supplied
- The course materials, a light lunch and refreshments are included in the registration price.
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