Defining the gap between electrographic seizure burden, clinical expression and staff recognition of neonatal seizures

@article{Murray2007DefiningTG,
  title={Defining the gap between electrographic seizure burden, clinical expression and staff recognition of neonatal seizures},
  author={D. Murray and G. Boylan and I. Ali and C. Ryan and B. Murphy and S. Connolly},
  journal={Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition},
  year={2007},
  volume={93},
  pages={F187 - F191}
}
Background: Neonatal seizures are often subclinical, making accurate diagnosis difficult. Objective: To describe the clinical manifestations of electrographic seizures recorded on continuous video-EEG, and to compare this description with the recognition of clinical seizures by experienced neonatal staff. Methods: Term infants, at risk of seizures, were monitored by continuous 12-channel video-EEG from <6 hours of birth for up to 72 hours. All clinical seizures were recorded by experienced… Expand
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