What cameras do neurologists and technologists use for EEG Monitoring?
Excellent patient video is essential to comply with CMS CPT EEG coding rules requiring intermittent or continuous EEG monitoring. Ensuring physicians and monitoring techs have a clear view of the patient in all lighting conditions enhances the ability to efficiently and accurately capture visual seizure activity.
For these reasons, our systems are equipped with pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) ultra HD infrared EEG cameras. The PTZ cam can be used as an ambulatory EEG camera for long-term monitoring (LTM) or for in-hospital/clinical use. Usable at home on a tripod, mounted on walls or ceilings in rooms, or placed on a mobile cart.
PTZ EEG Camera
Impressive digital zoom range and includes built-in infrared LED and low-light detection for exceptional videography in any condition, including night vision, up to 32 feet
EMU video capability
Enables in-home monitoring with the same video capability as an epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU) up to 72 hours
Wide viewing angle
Complete with an amazing HD field of view, a wide 120-degree diagonal viewing angle, and can be adjusted remotely using the pan-tilt-zoom controls
Worry-Free Video EEG Monitoring
Our PTZ EEG cameras are fully compatible with our recommended software. This enables the video camera display to scale, move, and be controlled with no additional software required. The patient can remain in view at all times, which is essential for compliant monitoring. Enjoy the benefits of an ambulatory EEG camera when used with the Trackit V or Trackit F, or in a clinical setting with our R40 amplifier.