G M Hatzilabrou

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Neonatal EEG interpretation can aid in the estimation of central nervous system maturation, as well as provide diagnostic and prognostic information of the high-risk infant. However, one cannot easily visualize the complex interrelationships coupling EEG and polysomnographic components of the EEG-sleep rhythm. This is particularly relevant for the preterm(More)
This paper compares an extended conventional filter technique for automated detection and analysis of rapid eye movements (REM) in neonates, using amplitude, synchrony, velocity, and coherence threshold criteria, with a matched filtering technique using the morphology of the REM waveform. Analyses of both simulated and real data were carried out. Automated(More)
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