ADVANCing Veterinary Care

Epilepsy is common in dogs

Epilepsy in dogs is one of the most common neurological problems in veterinary practice. Veterinarians struggle with many of the same issues that Neurodiagnostics in humans did some years ago: standardisation of epilepsy definition, classification and terminology. Other challenges such as electrode placement, the optimum number of channels and types of electrodes are also being discussed and numerous studies are performed in the field with the aim of reaching a consensus.

Inspired by the challenges

The fact that it is hard to record an EEG from animals does not mean veterinarians should not do it. From human EEG we at Lifelines iEEG know that challenges inspire new developments and we now know that the veterinary field can benefit from experienced developers and manufacturers like us.

Our wireless Trackit recorder is a preferred choice of the pioneers in this field as it enables the animal to run around relatively freely without the hazard of getting tangled up in cables – and even better – without the need to sedate it during the recording.

Inspired by the challenges

The fact that it is hard to record an EEG from animals does not mean veterinarians should not do it. From human EEG we at Lifelines iEEG know that challenges inspire new developments and we now know that the veterinary field can benefit from experienced developers and manufacturers like us.

Our wireless Trackit recorder is a preferred choice of the pioneers in this field as it enables the animal to run around relatively freely without the hazard of getting tangled up in cables – and even better – without the need to sedate it during the recording.

How it works

HD video to improve diagnostic success

Furthermore, we offer this market an improved system with HD video camera(s). According to studies this improves the diagnostic success considerably, as seizures do not necessarily have clinical manifestations and similarly, not all clinical seizures have EEG manifestation.

Access to experts in the field

With our iEEG Cloud Services, we facilitate the access to experts in the veterinary EEG by providing a platform where recordings can be shared across buildings or borders – for standard review and reporting or for consulting.

Lifelines iEEG

7 Clarendon Court

Over Wallop

Nr. Stockbridge

Hants, SO20 8HU, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1264 782 226

Stórhöfði 21

110 Reykjavik
Iceland

Breaking Down Barriers to EEG

Lifelines iEEG

7 Clarendon Court

Over Wallop

Nr. Stockbridge

Hants, SO20 8HU, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1264 782 226

Stórhöfði 21

110 Reykjavik
Iceland