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2001 51
2002 47
2003 44
2004 70
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2006 65
2007 54
2008 63
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Recommendations for the use of electroencephalography and evoked potentials in comatose patients
André-Obadia N, et al. Neurophysiol Clin 2018 - Review. PMID 29784540
Reliable criteria are required to help clinicians in the decision-making process, especially in the acute phase of coma. In this paper, we propose recommendations for recording and interpreting electroencephalography and evoked potentials in comatose patients based on the literature and the clinical experience of a group of neurophysiologists trained in the management of comatose patients. ...
Reliable criteria are required to help clinicians in the decision-making process, especially in the acute phase of coma. In this pape …
What does burst suppression really mean?
Amzica F. Epilepsy Behav 2015 - Review. PMID 26195335
This paper describes the various electroencephalographic (EEG) patterns expressed by the comatose brain, starting with the sleep-like oscillations associated with light coma. Deeper coma generally displays a burst-suppression pattern characterized by alternating episodes of isoelectric (flat) EEG and bursting slow waves. ...
This paper describes the various electroencephalographic (EEG) patterns expressed by the comatose brain, starting with the sleep-like oscill …
In search of Mangomoments
Vanhaecht K. Lancet Oncol 2018. PMID 29413461
Clinical neurophysiology of altered states of consciousness: Encephalopathy and coma.
Johnson EL and Kaplan PW. Handb Clin Neurol 2019 - Review. PMID 31307621
The neurophysiologist will commonly encounter patients with encephalopathy/delirium (altered consciousness with impaired cognition, usually with sleep-wake cycle alteration and lethargy) or coma (an eyes-closed state of unresponsiveness) in the hospital setting. ...
The neurophysiologist will commonly encounter patients with encephalopathy/delirium (altered consciousness with impaired cognition, usually …
Authors' reply
Edlow BL, et al. J Neuropathol Exp Neurol 2014. PMID 24525702
Alpha coma: A report.
Parvathy G, et al. Neurol India 2017. PMID 28488639 Free article.
Author Response
Hofmeijer J and van Putten MJ. Neurology 2016. PMID 27099886
[Organ donation]
Hömme R and Neeser G. Anaesthesist 2007 - Review. PMID 18080078 German.
Electroencephalographic assessment of coma.
Husain AM. J Clin Neurophysiol 2006 - Review. PMID 16751721
Some EEG patterns are seen with lighter stages of coma and have a good prognosis, whereas others are seen in deep, often irreversible coma. ...Special EEG features, such as alpha coma, beta coma, spindle coma, etc., are discussed toward the end....
Some EEG patterns are seen with lighter stages of coma and have a good prognosis, whereas others are seen in deep, often irreversible …
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