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Characterizing the Short-Term Habituation of Event-Related Evoked Potentials.
Mancini F, et al. eNeuro 2018. PMID 30280121 Free PMC article.
Fast-rising sensory events evoke a series of functionally heterogeneous event-related potentials (ERPs). Stimulus repetition at 1 Hz induces a strong habituation of the largest ERP responses, the vertex waves (VWs). ...
Fast-rising sensory events evoke a series of functionally heterogeneous event-related potentials (ERPs). Stimulus repetition at 1 Hz …
Evoked potentials as predictors of outcome in neonatal intensive care unit survivors: review of the literature.
Majnemer A and Rosenblatt B. Pediatr Neurol 1996 - Review. PMID 8736401
We summarize the prognostic value of evoked potentials in newborns at risk. A review of the literature reveals that brainstem conduction abnormalities in auditory brainstem evoked potentials are associated with neuromotor impairment; however, there are many false negative studies. ...However, neurologic sequelae often can most accurately be predicted by visual or somatosensory evoked potentials. Evoked potentials may therefore be a useful adjunct to the clinical investigation and prognostication of outcome in the high risk newborn....
We summarize the prognostic value of evoked potentials in newborns at risk. A review of the literature reveals that brainstem …
Evoked potentials following diazepam or fentanyl.
Loughnan BL, et al. Anaesthesia 1987. PMID 3826596 Free article.
Evoked potentials were then recorded twice in the subsequent hour. No significant changes occurred in the latency or amplitude of somatosensory, visual or brainstem auditory evoked potentials. ...An anaesthetic technique based on these two drugs would be suitable when intra-operative evoked potential monitoring is required to assess ischaemia and preservation of evoked responses....
Evoked potentials were then recorded twice in the subsequent hour. No significant changes occurred in the latency or amplitude
Use of evoked potentials in preterm neonates.
Taylor MJ, et al. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 1996 - Review. PMID 8653441 Free PMC article.
This paper has reviewed the techniques used for recording evoked potentials in the premature infant and the early developmental changes. ...Evoked potentials may also prove useful in the monitoring of treatment modalities for preterm infants. The evoked potentials are a valuable adjunct in the assessment of preterm neonates and, as their value is recognised, we expect their use to increase....
This paper has reviewed the techniques used for recording evoked potentials in the premature infant and the early developmenta …
Recording visual evoked potentials and auditory evoked P300 at 9.4T static magnetic field.
Arrubla J, et al. PLoS One 2013. PMID 23650538 Free PMC article.
Recording visual evoked potentials are expected to be amongst the most simple for simultaneous EEG/fMRI at ultra-high magnetic field due to the easy assessment of the visual cortex. ...In this study, we investigate the feasibility of recording visual evoked potentials and auditory evoked P300 in a 9.4 T static magnetic field. ...
Recording visual evoked potentials are expected to be amongst the most simple for simultaneous EEG/fMRI at ultra-high magnetic …
Fundamentals of evoked potentials and common clinical applications today.
Nuwer MR. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1998 - Review. PMID 9741775
Visual, auditory and somatosensory evoked potentials are commonly used in neurology today to confirm and localize sensory abnormalities, to identify silent lesions and to monitor changes. ...Evoked potentials have become useful as they are relatively objective, reproducible, very sensitive to impairment and relatively easy to use in many clinical settings....
Visual, auditory and somatosensory evoked potentials are commonly used in neurology today to confirm and localize sensory abno …
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