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Holy Name Medical Center is happy to announce that we have begun our return to normal operations. You may wonder, Is the hospital safe? Yes. We are ready. Ready to partner with you and your family on all your healthcare needs.

Holy Name is the first hospital in North Jersey to complete a rigorous, deep cleaning of our 450,000 square feet of clinical and non-clinical space. We started with manual disinfection, then applied electrostatic sanitizing mist, and finally, blasted UV-C light to kill more than 30 types of pathogens — including Covid-19.

Learn How Holy Name Became COVID-19 Clean

Now is a good time to think about your overall health and wellness. How can Holy Name help you?

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Key Phone Numbers

  • Medical Center Operator

  • 201-833-3000

  • Physician Referral Service

  • 877-HOLY-NAME (465-9626)

  • Patient Information

  • 201-833-3300

  • Foundation (Donations)

  • 201-833-3187

  • Human Resources

  • 201-833-7040

  • Medical Staff Office

  • 201-833-3352

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201-833-3256
Neurophysiology/EEG

info@holyname.org

Video EEG Monitoring

What is it?

Long-term video EEG monitoring refers to the simultaneous recording of EEG and clinical behavior over extended periods of time to evaluate patients with paroxysmal disturbances of cerebral function. Long-term video EEG monitoring is used when it is important to correlate clinical behavior with EEG phenomena.

How long does it take?

This test requires an admission to the Medical Center with an average stay of 3 to 5 days.

Why is this test performed?

To diagnose episodic events (those which happen from time to time). These events may be, but are not limited to:

  • epileptic seizures
  • fainting or black-out spells
  • spells of unknown origin
  • confusion
  • hallucinations or behavior problems
  • withdraw or change in medications
  • Where is the test conducted?

There are two rooms on 4 Marian, Rooms 403 and 404. There is one room on Pediatrics, Room 655. The units can go portable to patient's bedsides as needed.

What should you do to prepare for the test?

Wash your hair. Do NOT use any sprays, oils, or dressings of any kind. Continue taking prescribed medicine unless your doctor gives other instructions. Bring a complete list of all your medications and dosages with you. Medical Center gowns will be available for your use. You may bring a one-week supply of button-down shirts, sweat pants and/or shorts and underclothing.

We encourage you to bring things-to-do items, such as:

  • Reading materials
  • Paperwork
  • Crafts
  • Each room has a TV and internet service available
  • You will NOT be able to shower or wash your hair while your monitoring is being conducted. You will be able to sponge bathe daily.

How is it performed?

A china marker will be used to measure and mark the areas where electrodes will be glued to your scalp. Each electrode is checked with a meter to ensure proper functioning. You will now be monitored for the next 3 to 5 days. You may simulate your everyday life as much as possible, moving freely around your private room. A specially trained doctor will review your monitoring daily. Test results will be discussed with you daily.

After the test

The electrodes are removed with a special remover, which dissolves the glue and leaves your hair and skin intact. You may wash your hair once the wires are removed. A summary of your test results will be sent to your personal physician.