How it works
Seer's at-home week-long video-EEG-ECG monitoring service is for diagnosing paroxysmal events, such as epilepsy or syncope, testing the efficacy of medications, or establishing whether people with epilepsy are safe to drive.
Following a referral, your patient will be contacted by our team to confirm their appointment for fitting the monitoring system at a Seer clinic. At the end of monitoring, the data is analysed and a diagnostic report is prepared, which we share via our web-platform or via fax.
We will keep you in the loop through the process via email.
patients WHO benefiT
At-home long-term video-EEG-ECG benefits patients who are suspected of having intermittent paroxysmal events. Paroxysms include seizures, fainting / syncope, psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, panic attacks, parasomnia, narcolepsy with cataplexy, transient ischemic attack, migraine and others.
Patient groups who particularly benefit include people:
who live in rural / regional areas;
who are unlikely to commit to a stay in hospital;
with a psychiatric / behavioural co-morbidity (e.g. depression, anxiety);
with an addiction (cigarettes, alcohol etc);
from a non-English-speaking background or with English as a second language;
that require care or assistance such as elderly patients, disabled patients or patients with other special needs;
who are transitioning to adult hospital;
who are single parents;
Our service is bulk-billed with a referral and a Medicare card. Please contact us if your patient does not have a Medicare card.
We provide full EEG and ECG reporting. On request, we label and report all events, small and large, providing a complete quantitative picture. We also provide access to the full annotated dataset on our web platform.
Studies are interpreted and concluded by Prof Mark Cook, Dr Gabriel Dabscheck, A/Prof Wendyl D’Souza or other renowned neurologists or cardiologists.
Use the interactive maps to explore our locations. We serve patients who live within an 8 hour drive of the clinics.