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Télétransmission des électroencéphalogrammes [Tele-transmission of EEG recordings.]

Abstract : EEG recordings can be sent for remote interpretation. This article aims to define the tele-EEG procedures and technical guidelines. Tele-EEG is a complete medical act that needs to be carried out with the same quality requirements as a local one in terms of indications, formulation of the medical request and medical interpretation. It adheres to the same quality requirements for its human resources and materials. It must be part of a medical organization (technical and medical network) and follow all rules and guidelines of good medical practices. The financial model of this organization must include costs related to performing the EEG recording, operating and maintenance of the tele-EEG network and medical fees of the physician interpreting the EEG recording. Implementing this organization must be detailed in a convention between all parties involved: physicians, management of the healthcare structure, and the company providing the tele-EEG service. This convention will set rules for network operation and finance, and also the continuous training of all staff members. The tele-EEG system must respect all rules for safety and confidentiality, and ensure the traceability and storing of all requests and reports. Under these conditions, tele-EEG can optimize the use of human resources and competencies in its zone of utilization and enhance the organization of care management.
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M Lemesle, N Kubis, P Sauleau, Sylvie Nguyen The Tich, A Touzery-de Villepin. Télétransmission des électroencéphalogrammes [Tele-transmission of EEG recordings.]. Neurophysiologie Clinique/Clinical Neurophysiology, Elsevier Masson, 2015, 45 (1), pp.121-30. ⟨10.1016/j.neucli.2014.12.001⟩. ⟨hal-01132647⟩

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