T. Swaminathan

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BACKGROUND Persistent cessation of all cerebral and brainstem function (brain death) is accepted in most countries as legal evidence of death. It is presumed that cardiac function will cease within a short time after brain death has occurred. In some countries, such as Kuwait, tradition and practice discourage application of the brain death criteria despite(More)
Human brainstem auditory evoked responses (BAERs) are sensory evoked potentials that can be recorded within a few milliseconds following a transient acoustic stimulus (click signal). This paper suggests a novel technique to clearly demarcate normals and patients with complaints of vertigo and deafness by computing hitherto unused power spectral parameters(More)
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