Human flash-VEP and quantitative EEG are independently affected by acute scopolamine.

@article{Sannita1993HumanFA,
  title={Human flash-VEP and quantitative EEG are independently affected by acute scopolamine.},
  author={W. Sannita and V. Balestra and G. Dibon and V. Marotta and G. Rosadini},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={86 4},
  pages={
          275-82
        }
}
Scopolamine in acute intramuscular doses of 0.25-0.75 mg reduced the P2-N3 flash-VEP amplitude and, in the quantitative EEG, the 8.5-12.0 Hz power and total power in 8 healthy young male volunteers. The effects on flash-VEP and EEG total power were dose dependent and were evident 30 min and 90 min respectively after drug administration, regardless of dose. The reduction in 8.5-12.0 Hz power was limited to the 0.50 and 0.75 mg doses. No systematic effects on the pattern-VEP were observed… Expand
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