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Synchronous video and EEG recording is carried out when there is a desire to correlate the clinical behaviour of a child with their EEG activity;1 this is known as video-telemetry (VT). After a death during paediatric VT in 2010, the British Paediatric Epilepsy Group (BPEG), a subgroup of the British Paediatric Neurology Association (BPNA) surveyed members about their current practice for VT monitoring. A Medline search revealed few previous publications on this topic.1,–,3
Following a preliminary paper survey, we used the online system ‘Survey Monkey’4 to ask all BPNA BPEG members to complete a simple questionnaire.
Nine of 16 units replied, giving a response rate of 56%. The indications described for VT were
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