Dulce M A de La Cruz

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The topography of the EEG of human neonates is studied in terms of its power spectral density and its estimated complexity as a function of both the postmenstrual age (PMA) and the sleep state. The monopolar EEGs of three groups of seven neonates (preterm, term and older term) were recorded during active (AS) and quiet sleep (QS) from electrodes Fp1, Fp2,(More)
This work aims at assessing the maturational changes in the interdependence between the activities of different cortical areas in neonates during active sleep (AS) and quiet sleep (QS). Eight electroencephalography (EEG) channels were recorded in 3 groups of neonates of increasing postmenstrual age. The average linear (AVL) and average nonlinear (AVN)(More)
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