Tree Top Hospital Introduces EEG under Sedation
An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a recording of brain activity. This is a painless test where small sensors are attached to the scalp to pick up the electrical signals produced by the brain. An EEG can be used to diagnose and monitor a number of brain conditions.
EEG should be preferably done in spontaneous sleep without sedation. However, it may be difficult to perform without sedation in some children. To tackle this challenge Tree Top Hospital offers EEG under sedation
EEG under sedation is usually done for children with behavioral disorders such as Autism and ADHD or for children who have difficulty with spontaneous sleep.
If your child cannot be still for the test they a sedative will be administered in this process. A sedative is a medicine that will calm the child. This procedure will only be done with an order by a specialist.
The Neurophysiology Laboratory at Tree Top Hospital provides sophisticated diagnostic services for detecting a wide range of neurological disorders and conditions. The highly skilled technologists who work in our lab perform and interpret a range of neurodiagnostic tests that assist physicians in the diagnosis of various neurological conditions. These conditions include seizure disorders, headaches, brainstem dysfunctions and other disorders affecting the nervous system.
Established in 2018, Tree Top Hospital provides excellence in healthcare by offering a wide spectrum of specialized health and medical services, ranging from health screening centers leading to high-end medical and surgical services, supported by state-of-the-art technology
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