J. Landau-Ferey

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Night sleep EEG recordings were obtained in patients, 1, 6, and 12 months after recovery from severe head trauma with signs of brain stem dysfunction. Modifications of intra-sleep wakefulness (W.) and REM sleep were observed but none of slow wave sleep (SWS). At one month after regaining consciousness, the lower the initial level of brain stem dysfunction,(More)
The Electroencephalogram (EEG) of 151 patients whose ruptured aneurysm was confirmed by CT scan and angiography was recorded on the first day (D1) and the fifth day (D5). On D1, EEG had a prognostic value: among 46 patients with normal EEG, 72% presented neither further electrical ischaemic features nor delayed angiographic vasospasm; on the other hand,(More)
In 16 young (15 to 25 years) patients, sleep recordings have been performed one month (group T1, 10 cases) or 6 months (group T6,6 cases) after recovery of consciousness following severe head injury. Group T1 can be divided in two subgroups according to clinical and EEG datas: T1A (4 cases) with long duration of coma (15 to 40 days) and low level of brain(More)
This study concerns 74 patients with subarachnoid haemorrhage from ruptured supratentorial aneurysm--Serial electroencephalographic recordings (EEG) have been made with precise chronology. The first EEG (Day 1 or 2) had a prognostic value, good if it was normal, alarming if axial bursts or comatose patterns were recorded. Associated with CT scan and dosage(More)