Advance your intensive care unit’s (ICU) continuous electroencephalography (cEEG) program. In the webcast “Continuous Electroencephalography in the ICU,” the latest offering from the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) Controversies in Critical Care series, expert faculty will review the evidence and rationale for cEEG in the ICU.
Jan Claassen, MD, PhD, and Eva Ritzl, MD, will discuss the importance of cEEG in assisting with diagnosis and management of critically ill patients, and will review current recommendations and indications for cEEG in the ICU beyond neurologic injury. Key aspects, logistics, expert opinions and obstacles of implementing a successful cEEG program in the ICU will be explored.
- Discuss state-of-the-art cEEG technology in the ICU
- Review current guidelines, recommendations and expert opinion on how to successfully implement a cEEG monitoring program in the ICU
This webcast will take place Wednesday, January 13, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. Central Time.
Register online today using your Customer ID and password. The registration fee for this 60-minute webcast is $30 for members ($40 for nonmembers). For institutions seeking unlimited participation at a single location, a $200 group rate is available. Please contact SCCM Customer Service at +1 847 827-6888 for details.
This webcast is part of SCCM’s Controversies in Critical Care series and was developed in collaboration with the Neuroscience Section. The Controversies in Critical Care webcast series is intended to provide insight into topics in critical care medicine for which no clear consensus or unequivocal evidence is available to guide practice decisions.