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Am Fam Physician. 2023;108(5):517-518

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Seer Home systemHome-based diagnostic testing and monitoring for epileptic disordersPatients 4 years and older$760 to $1,260 per test

The Seer Home system is a group of combined technologies that deliver home video-electroencephalography-electrocardiography (EEG-ECG) monitoring for up to one week in patients four years and older.1 The device (Seer Sense) is worn around the shoulders and has gel-adhesive electrodes that connect to the patient's head and chest. Video footage is recorded, and EEG-ECG data are wirelessly transmitted to a monitoring hub where an artificial intelligence–enabled review platform synthesizes information but does not draw diagnostic conclusions. A technician monitors and reviews the data, and the patient's physician can access a web portal with full data. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted this device 510(k) clearance.2

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