Symposia

Nov
30

Education Credit

3.0 CME

Nurses may claim up to 3.0 contact hours for this session.

AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare approves this knowledge-based activity for 3.0 contact hours (0.3 CEUs). UAN 0077-9999-18-033-L04-P. Initial Release Date: 11/30/18.

Epilepsy Specialist Symposium | Intracranial EEG in the 21st Century

Convention Center, New Orleans Theater A/B, Mid-Level Floor
8:30 AM-11:30 AM
Behavioral Health Providers
Clinicians
Fellows/Trainees
Nurses
Pharmacists
Scientists
Technicians

This symposium will examine the current methods in intracranial EEG as well as advanced and novel analysis methods of intracranial EEG for seizure onset localization using ictal and interictal markers. The program is designed to educate clinicians about determining the seizure onset zone and the area of resection using intracranial EEG. It is in a lecture format. 

Learning Objectives

Following participation in this activity, learners will be able to:

  • Identify indications for intracranial EEG recordings
  • Examine the risks and benefits of S-EEG versus grid recordings
  • Comprehend and identify computerized methods of intracranial EEG analysis
  • Identify distinct intracranial seizure onset patterns
  • Determine the area of resection based on intracranial recordings

Program

Co-chairs: Barbara C. Jobst, MD, PhD, and Jean Gotman, PhD 

Introduction and Index Case: Barbara C. Jobst, MD, PhD 

Planning an Intracranial EEG Study: Indications for Chronic Intracranial EEG Recordings: Patient Selection, Who Is a Candidate and Who Is Not: Beate Diehl, MD 

Chronic SEEG and Subdural Electrode Recording: Methods, Risks and Benefits: Ashwini Sharan, MD 

Identifying the Seizure Onset Zone and the Size of the Resection with Intracranial EE: Interictal Features on iEEG to Determine the Seizure Onset Zone: Spikes, HFOs, Slow-frequency Activity: Birgit Frauscher, MD 

Ictal Features Used to Determine the Area of Resection: Patterns of Ictal Onset and Spread: Gregory A. Worrell, MD, PhD 

Electrical Stimulation as an Aid in Establishing the Area of Resection: Philippe Kahane, MD, PhD 

Computerized Methods for Determining the Area of Resection: Fabrice Bartolomei, MD

Conclusion: Conclusion Index Case, Questions, and Discussion: Barbara C. Jobst, MD 

Target Audience

Basic science trainees, patients/families, pediatric neurologists/clinicians (MD/DO), nurses, clinical trainees students/fellows, basic science/scientists, adult neurologists/clinician (MD/DO), allied health professionals/advance practice providers, neurosurgeons 

Program Purpose

Knowledge, competence

Career Stage

Early, mid-career, established