How to SCORE a normal EEG
When you describe EEGs using the SCORE EEG Premium Edition, we recommend using a 2-monitor set up with SCORE EEG on one monitor, and the EEG recording on the other.
There are 2 ways of working with the system:
Inspect your entire EEG and insert markers at the finding you would like to describe. Dedicated markers for specific findings, like the Posterior Dominant Rytme is available. When moving over to SCORE EEG, your findings have been detected and are ready to be SCORE'ed.
The alternative workflow is to mark one finding at the time, SCORE and mark a new finding in the EEG. It is individually which method that is preferred.
When you click on your description in SCORE EEG, your EEG will jump to this section in the EEG. This comes handy in educational settings, and favors transparent reporting.
In addition to the predefined SCORE terminology, you can add sections of free text. The free text will always be in addition to the SCORE terminology, and will also be saved in the database.
When you have finished SCORE'ing the EEG, you have to set the diagnostic significant. This can be seen as a final remark were you have taken all information into account, both the EEG and clinical observations.
The report is now available for signature and transfer to the Electronic Health Record System!
The EEG report is organized in a structured and easy to read format
The header contains Hospital name, info and Logo
Information regarding Referral physician, and Patient information
Study Information for time parameters, type of EEG, Modulators, sensor, and other metadata you have entered
Summary of Findings
Visualization on a 2D Head model
The report can be exported in several different formats, and automatically push to a predefined folder. With a HL7 integration the report can also be directly transferred to your Electronic Health Record System.
All the information in your EEG report will be stored in a searchable local database. The information comes valuable for research and statistical analysis, quality assurance, administrative information and educational purposes.
Visualization of EEG findings adds a new dimension to EEG reporting. This is the first observation by the referring physician and will quickly provide indication of findings.