I A Vakhrameeva

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A study was made of monosynaptic reflexes elicited by electrical stimulation of the ulnar and fibular nerves (H-reflexes) in newborn children, age five to seven days, during the sleeping--waking cycle. The amplitude of the H-responses was maximal and the coefficient of variation was minimal during the orthodox sleep state (OS) characterized by slow EEG(More)
Studies have been made on monosynaptic reflexes elicited by the electrical stimulation of the ulnar and peroneal nerves (H-reflexes) in 5-7-day infants during sleep and in the awake state. During the orthodox stage of sleep, which is characterized by slow oscillations in EEG and by synchronous respiratory movements of the thorax and abdomen, the amplitude(More)
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