EEG in Therapeutic Hypothermia Following Global Ischemic Injury to the Brain

TH in the setting of global ischemic injury to the brain is a treatment that benefits from EEG monitoring in adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients.

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Advantage of cEEG vs aEEG in Monitoring for Neonatal Seizures

The most compelling evidence for the utility of continuous EEG monitoring exists for pediatric patients. While the indications for neonatal EEG can include assessment of age and maturity, measurement of responses to therapy, and as adjunct in neurological prognoses, the most common role of EEG monitoring of neonates is for surveillance and characterization of electrographic […]

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