Flexible home video telemetry services for hospitals and private clinics

Deliver exceptional home-based video-EEG-ECG monitoring through a flexible service that maximises efficiency of neurodiagnostics teams and improves patient outcomes.

The Seer Home service

Whether partnered with NHS hospitals or serving private patients, the Seer Home service gets your patients on a faster path to accurate diagnosis.

NHS hospitals

Boost out-of-hospital care goals and reduce waitlists

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Private neurology

Refer patients for home-based video-EEG-ECG monitoring

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Raising the bar for home video-EEG-ECG

The Seer Home service enables longer monitoring durations and high rates of event capture to uncover clinically relevant information. Exceptional patient comfort supports compliance throughout the study.

Electrode adhesive
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Event capture
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Study duration
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Patient ability to shower

Camera and video quality

EEG-ECG wearable battery life

Seer technology

Gel-based, comfortable

95% event capture rate

Up to 7 days
No intervention required


Purpose-built for home use
Powerful digital zoom
180º horizontal panoramic

10 days
No patient intervention required

Typical ambulatory solutions

Toxic fumes, uncomfortable

55-80% event capture rate

2-3 days
Intervention required


Reliance on patient operation of equipment

24-48 hours
Patient intervention required

Field-tested solution for multi-day monitoring

The Seer Home service is partnered with hospitals in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

90,000+ days

Video-EEG-ECG monitoring completed

7 days

Average study length

246 years

Hospital bed days reallocated to higher value activities

Unprecedented patient experiences

Every aspect of Seer’s monitoring technology is designed with patient experiences at the center — improving compliance and clinical outcomes.

Award-winning wearable

Sense is our award-winning EEG-ECG wearable that is lightweight, flexible, and comfortable. Sense allows patients to shower during studies, and the 10-day battery ensures continuous data streaming throughout studies up to one week.

Seamless home monitoring

Once set up in your clinic, patients do not need to come into the clinic at any point for maintenance or data upload.

  • Data checks and patient support are conducted entirely remotely
  • Patients self-disconnect at home
  • Seer picks up equipment from the patient’s home

Gentle materials

Our proprietary adhesive, WaterTabs, are comfortable without compromising strength.

WaterTabs are a water-soluble formulation that can be easily washed out, dramatically reducing scalp irritation and allowing for comfortable wear during the entire study duration.

More objective data, more conclusive diagnoses

The Seer Home service enables longer monitoring durations and high rates of event capture to uncover more clinically relevant information.*

Serve more patients with the Seer Home service

The Seer Home service is purposefully designed to help neurology and neurophysiology teams deliver home video-EEG-ECG to more patients, faster.

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*Clinical studies show that, on average, only 55% of video-EEG studies result in a conclusive diagnosis. Extending the duration of monitoring to 7 days increases the proportion of studies with a conclusive diagnosis to 87%.1-4

1Schulze- Bonhage et al, Diagnostic yield and limitations of in- hospital documentation in patients with epilepsy, Seizure 2022.  https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/epi.17307

2Nurse et al, Ambulatory Video EEG extended to 10 days: A retrospective review of a large database of ictal events, 2023.  https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2023.04.12.23288496v1.full.pdf

3Adenan et al, A retrospective study of the correlation between duration of monitoring in the epilepsy monitoring unit and diagnostic yield, Epilepsy and Behavior, 2022. https://www.epilepsybehavior.com/action/showPdf?pii=S1525-5050%2822%2900368-7

4Friedman et al, How long does it take to make an accurate diagnosis in an epilepsy monitoring unit?, Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, 2009. https://journals.lww.com/clinicalneurophys/Abstract/2009/08000/How_Long_Does_It_Take_to_Make_an_Accurate.1.aspx