Low CBF, discontinuous EEG activity, and periventricular brain injury in ill, preterm neonates

@article{Greisen1989LowCD,
  title={Low CBF, discontinuous EEG activity, and periventricular brain injury in ill, preterm neonates},
  author={Gorm Greisen and Ole Pryds},
  journal={Brain and Development},
  year={1989},
  volume={11},
  pages={164-168}
}
Cerebral blood flow was measured by intravenous 133Xe clearance one to four times during the first 48 h of life in 20 infants, born after 27 to 33 weeks of gestation, who were under mechanical ventilation and being monitored by amplitude integrated EEG, resulting in 36 sets of simultaneous CBF and EEG measurements. Mean CBF infinity, a measure of global flow to white as well as grey matter, was 10.0 ml/100 g/min +/- 3.5 SD. Definite EEG activity was seen with CBF infinity values as low as 5 ml… CONTINUE READING

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