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Evoked potentials are commonly used for intraoperative monitoring of neural tissue under surgical threat despite the lack of unequivocal evidence demonstrating its effectiveness in preventing neural… (More)
Age and low doses of alcohol had a synergistic deleterious effect on subjects' performance on a continuous tracking task.
Twenty patients with difficulties initiating and maintaining sleep (DIMS) were monitored in their homes for three consecutive nights using ambulatory polysomnography (PSG). Following each night of… (More)
The effects of alcohol on performance were investigated in 10 ovulating young women. Placebo drink and three doses of alcohol were administered in a random order both during follicular and luteal… (More)
We have presented the rationale, treatment implications, and recording and data reducing techniques of ambulatory PSG. We find the method well accepted by patients, the data of adequate quality, the… (More)
The authors describe a pilot investigation using ambulatory polysomnography (PSG) to assess rapid eye movement (REM) latency in 11 depressed inpatients before and after a course of electroconvulsive… (More)
Detection of signals in a visual vigilance task decreased significantly after drinking 1.2 g of alcohol per kg. Two mechanisms for the detection decrement are discussed.
Older difficulty initiating and/or maintaining sleep (DIMS) patients who met criteria for periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD) were monitored for three consecutive nights in their homes using… (More)
Monitoring of spinal cord function during certain orthopedic and neurosurgical procedures is done to reduce the likelihood of neurologic complications. This article is based on intraoperative… (More)
The electrographic features of sleep have been studied intensively using both routine electroencephalography and polysomnography. The two sections of this paper describe and illustrate the major… (More)