Daytime intensive monitoring: comparison with prolonged intensive and ambulatory monitoring.

@article{Rowan1987DaytimeIM,
  title={Daytime intensive monitoring: comparison with prolonged intensive and ambulatory monitoring.},
  author={Andrew Rowan and Markus Siegel and David H Rosenbaum},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={1987},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={481-4}
}
We evaluated daytime (6- to 8-hour) intensive monitoring in a consecutive series of 166 studies. Overall success rate in answering clinical questions posed by referring physicians was 67%, and attacks were recorded in 55%. Daytime intensive monitoring provides a useful, cost-effective alternative to prolonged inpatient monitoring and ambulatory monitoring. 
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