Home video telemetry services for the NHS

Seer partners with NHS hospitals to deliver cloud-based video-EEG-ECG monitoring services that enhance the efficiency of neurology and neurophysiology teams.

A new approach to home monitoring

Seer combines product innovation and service delivery to provide world-class ambulatory video-EEG-ECG monitoring for your patients.

How it works

The Seer Home service equips you with the tools to deliver excellence in-clinic and and amplifies the efficiency of your neurophysiology team.

Tailored services, such as inclusion of set-up/connection and providing a consultant’s report are available where required.

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Seamless home video telemetry

Our team of neurophysiologists conduct home video-EEG-ECG for up to 7 days with the utmost care and support for your patients.

  • No need for home visits or clinic check-ins
  • Data checks and patient support conducted entirely remotely
  • Patients self-disconnect at home (collodion-free)

Deliver experiences that patients prefer

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

  • EEG-ECG wearable can be disconnected to allow for showering
  • Water-soluble electrode adhesives substantially minimise skin injury
  • Comprehensive patient support throughout testing

What patients say

“My daughter (14 years old, non verbal, severe-and-multiple disabilities) was the client and is unable to give her feedback. From my perspective, I was very happy with the communication and the way the medical scientist dealt with us. Even the glue came out of her hair (miracle!).”

“I was able to shower easily and sleeping was not affected by the monitoring equipment.”

“Excellent communication and support from start to finish. To remain at home with my young family, rather than be hospitalised was a blessing.”

Everything you need to see, in one place

Our GDPR-compliant web portal, Seer Cloud, gives you a full view of the data collected during your patients’ studies and enables you to generate your diagnostic reports efficiently.

  • Precision time-synced video to EEG and ECG data
  • Powerful zoom to view event semiology
  • View patient self-reported events
  • Access data from anywhere with a secure internet connection

Push past technology limitations

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 Ours is the only ambulatory system that enables studies up to 7 days with high rates of event capture to support a confident diagnosis.

Committed to your success

From the start, we work alongside you to provide comprehensive onboarding and technical support on an ongoing basis.

Patient case studies

See how the Seer Home service captures pertinent information for neurologists to manage their patients with confidence.

We’d love to show you more

If you’d like more information, reach out and a Seer team member will be in touch with you.

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

5Brunnhuber, F, Slater, J, Goyal, S, et al. Past, Present and Future of Home video-electroencephalographic telemetry: A review of the development of in-home video-electroencephalographic recordings. Epilepsia. 2020. https://doi.org/10.1111/epi.16578