Brief potentially ictal rhythmic discharges in critically ill adults.

@article{Yoo2014BriefPI,
  title={Brief potentially ictal rhythmic discharges in critically ill adults.},
  author={Ji Yeoun Yoo and Nishi Rampal and Ognen A C Petroff and Lawrence J. Hirsch and Nicolas Gaspard},
  journal={JAMA neurology},
  year={2014},
  volume={71 4},
  pages={
          454-62
        }
}
IMPORTANCE Brief potentially ictal rhythmic discharges, termed B(I)RDs, have been described mainly in neonates, and their significance in adults remains unclear. OBJECTIVE To describe the incidence of B(I)RDs in critically ill patients and investigate their association with seizures and outcome. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS We reviewed the records of prospectively identified patients with B(I)RDs and patients serving as controls matched for age (±5 years) and primary diagnosis. MAIN… CONTINUE READING

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