CAPTUREPROOF
REDUCE ER VISITS
REDUCE NON-URGENT FOLLOW UP VISITS BY 75%
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CaptureProof for Neurology

THE VISUAL HEALTH RECORDTM

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THE POWER OF ASYNCHRONOUS TELEMEDICINE

Triage new Patients

See Episodes
When They
Happen at home

Avoid hospital
monitoring

Check Medication



CAPTUREPROOF IS PROVEN TO:
71% OF HOME VIDEOS CAN BE READ AND CONFIDENTLY DIAGNOSED BY EPILEPTOLOGISTS
  • IDENTIFY URGENT PATIENTS WITH 78% MORE ACCURACY
  • REDUCE ER VISITS
  • REDUCE NON-URGENT FOLLOW UP VISITS BY 75%
  • 90% OF PATIENTS SAY CAPTUREPROOF HELPED THEM BETTER MANAGE THEIR HEALTH

Case Studies

Triage

  • 2 yr. male with developmental delay and autism spectrum, with new onset of abnormal movement including tonic stiffening of legs
  • Referred for possible new onset tonic seizures
  • Used CaptureProof to send videos of several events, in high chair and lying in bed prior to sleep
  • EEG normal

Diagnosis: Stereotypies including self-gratification disorder, confirmed by our movement disorder specialist. EMU monitoring not required.

Triage

  • 6 week term male referred for possible emerging focal epilepsy
  • No risk factors for epilepsy
  • At 3 weeks of age, mother observed the infant having semi rhythmic multifocal jerking of the upper and lower extremities while sleeping, sent 2-3 min. video of this with CaptureProof
  • Otherwise feeding well, exhibiting visual fixation and excellent suck at the breast with good weight gain and no other abnormal movements observed
  • 30 min. wake drowsy sleep deprived EEG in our office was normal
  • Exam in office was normal

Diagnosis: Infantile sleep myoclonus. EMU evaluation and further testing not required.

Epilepsy Management

  • 11 yr. male has diagnosis of idiopathic focal epilepsy BRE variant versus Panayiotopoulos syndrome
  • Current Trileptal dose 300 mg per 5 mL 6 mL at bedtime, last level measured 2015-12-08 was in a low therapeutic range, 12
  • Spoke with father 15:40, discussed review of video sent by mother via CaptureProof
  • Episodes reveal child staring with some eyelid fluttering and poor responsiveness with some associated vomiting, appeared to be sleepy afterward
  • 30 min. wake drowsy sleep deprived EEG in our office was normal
  • No missed doses of medication

Treatment: Advised father to increase Trileptal dose to 2 mL in morning and continue 6 mL at bedtime. Parents will continue to monitor seizure frequency and send video of any additional suspected seizures for review.

from users

Farhad Sahebkar, MD,
Pediatric Neurologist
San Francisco, California

CaptureProof is the tool that finally integrates important clinical media in the daily neurology practice.”

Harley B. Morgan, MD,
Pediatric Neurologist
Columbia, South Carolina

“Just letting you know you are changing the face of day to day medical practice.”

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