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Device for continuous monitoring of cerebral activity in resuscitated patients.
The treatment of intestinal carriers by typhoid vaccines has, it must be confessed, been unsuccessful or indecisive, and it may be assumed that what is true of S. typhi would apply to other salmonellas. Expand
Evoked Potentials in Clinical Medicine. 2nd Edition
The second edition of Keith Chiappa's book amply demonstrates the growth of work on evoked potentials (EP) in clinical medicine since the original publication in 1983 with a large, well illustrated and extensively referenced compendium of information. Expand
Electroencephalographic Prediction of Fatal Anoxic Brain Damage after Resuscitation from Cardiac Arrest
It seems that the presence or absence of fatal brain damage after cardiac arrest can be reliably predicted from E.E.G.s taken within a week of resuscitation. Expand
EEG monitoring and evoked potentials in brain ischaemia.
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  • British journal of anaesthesia
  • 1985
Cyanide intoxication in Macaca mulatta Physiological and neuropathological aspects
There is no evidence for hypoxic neuronal damage of purely histotoxic type in lightly anaesthetised and spontaneously breathing M. mulatta. Expand
Minimal neuropsychological sequelae following prophylactic treatment of the central nervous system in adult leukaemia and lymphoma.
There is a 5% primary CNS relapse rate, and only minimal, mainly subclinical, long-term neuropsychological toxicity in patients treated with standard CNS-P for ALL at this hospital, according to a multidisciplinary study. Expand
Serial electroencephalograms in a patient with D-lactic acidosis.
A patient with previous bowel surgery was followed through the course of her recurrent encephalopathy with biochemically demonstrated D-lactic acidosis by detailed serial electroencephalographyExpand
Effect of Antecedent Glucose Control on Cerebral Function During Hypoglycemia
The glycemic threshold for hormonal responses to hypoglycemia falls in individuals with intensively treated diabetes or insulinomas, but these patients are more likely to develop EEG abnormalities during hypoglyCEmia, which helps explain the increased vulnerability of intensivelytreated patients to severe hypoglycesmia. Expand
The occurrence and evolution in the EEG of a lateralized periodic phenomenon.