The qEEG "uniquely informs" in acute stroke

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by Jay Gunkelman - April 24, 2013

A physician friend of mine sent this link showing the qEEG to be useful in clinical decision making in an acute stroke.  Some might think this to be redundant to the older American Academy of neurology support for qEEG as an additive value in vascular issues, but this goes farther than merely stating "additive value" is available.  The new paper says that the qEEG "uniquely informs", and allows and expedited decision making in treatment of acute stroke. 

The link is below.





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