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I trained at an academic medical center where inpatient EEG monitoring was the only option offered to our patients. Once out in private practice, I was skeptical that quality data could be obtained in a home setting. RSC Diagnostic Services have really impressed me with the professionalism of their technicians and the high quality EEG data combined with high resolution video and event monitoring. The ability to review data from home or office and record patients in the comfort of their homes has been a game changer for how we practice.
Dr. David Sinclair Biloxi, MS
RSC provides excellent quality ambulatory EEGs with video correlate that allows for hospital quality long-term video EEG monitoring in an ambulatory setting. RSC monitors in an at home setting where patients experience their events while still obtaining hospital quality recordings. The reduction in hospital costs is significant for my non-critical patients who need the long-term video EEG monitoring but do not need to be in the hospital setting. I am impressed with the fact that RSC has registered EEG technicians complete an accurate, high quality pruning and review of each patient study. Their registered EEG technologists are thorough and experienced. I highly recommend using RSC for in-home video EEG studies.
Dr. Katherine Standley Wesley Chapel, FL
I appreciate the service that RSC has provided my patients and uniformly have had positive feedback from the patients. As inconvenient as the exam may be for them, they have always reported back to me on how polite and helpful the staff has been.
As a diagnostic tool, the ambulatory EEG has allowed me to expand my clinical practice to include diagnosis and management of some more complex epilepsy, syncope, and parasomnia cases.
Dr. Thomas Pearson Neurologist, Florida
My daughter started having seizures when she was 13 months old. She has had 8 or more EEG's from Blair E. Batson to UAB. She has also had MRI's, sleep studies and CT's which all came back normal. Seizures were progressively getting worse. I made a CD of videos of my daughter and sent them to some of the best children's hospitals. We were contacted by one of the doctors. Of course she wanted to run her own tests. That's where we meet John, our RSC EEG Technician. He came to our home to set-up and was wonderful with Shelby! He was very informative and contacted us daily checking in.
Cassie W. (Mother of Pediatric Patient Shelby) Mississippi