Medications and other treatments help many people get confiscations under control. But however about 30 percent of American patients with this condition have intractable epilepsy, a disorder in which it doesn’t allow the treatment to control confiscations. Intractable epilepsy not only disturbs the life style but also can destroy life. In people with frequent confiscations that are poorly controlled with medications, the death rate is approximately 1 in 150 per year. The new device invented tackles these hard cases. Surgically embedded under the surface of the skull, the device detects elicits of an impending seizure and delivers short electrical pulses to interrupt them before symptoms occur.