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We have performed continuous recording of cutaneous PO2 (cPO2) together with a polygraphic recording of sleep in 12 normal premature babies, 36-38 weeks of post-conceptional age. In all babies, cPO2 was significantly lower (77.2 +/- 23.2) and more variable in active sleep than in quiet sleep (81.8 +/- 24.6). This difference is significantly related to the(More)
The authors report electroclinical changes observed during Enflurane anaesthesia, at various concentrations, in 25 children aged 4 to 14 years. EEG features are described from induction to surgical anesthesia (concentration 3-3.5%) and during overdoses (4-4.5%) with or without hyperventilation. Groups of spikes, low voltage sequences and electroclinical(More)
Awakening was studied in 15 newborn babies using polygraphic recording to monitor the EEG, eye movements, the EMG activity of muscles of the face (frontal, periorbital and jaw) and to study the respiratory and cardiac rhythms. Twenty arousals, characterized by crying or by eye opening, lasting 2 min were isolated. The two sorts of awakening could be(More)
The authors report 3 cases of herpes encephalitis in children aged respectively 15 days, 12 months and 18 months. In all 3 cases E.E.G. activity of a periodic nature was noted, which was continuous or intermittent, lateralised or focal in the temporal region, appearing from the 4th to 7th day. The periodicity (of the E.E.G. complex) was short and their(More)
The study was carried out on 28 children: 18 with partial seizures in the first five days of life, and among them 4 with status epilepticus; 7 had focal seizures between the first and eight week, 3 generalised tonic seizures with assymetrical EEGs. A clinical and electro-physiological study was carried out at the time of onset, 1 month later and again at 4(More)
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