Neonatal auditory brain-stem response threshold and latency: 1 hour to 5 months.

@article{Adelman1990NeonatalAB,
  title={Neonatal auditory brain-stem response threshold and latency: 1 hour to 5 months.},
  author={Cahtia Adelman and Haya Levi and Nechama Linder and Haim Sohmer},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={77 1},
  pages={77-80}
}
Auditory brain-stem evoked responses were recorded in normal neonates and infants ranging in age from less than 1 h to 5.5 months. The average threshold in neonates 0-5 h old was 29 dB greater than that in adults, reaching the adult threshold range within 2 weeks. The latency of wave I in 0-5 h neonates was 1.81 msec and reached the adult range within 2 weeks. The V-I interpeak latency in 0-5 h neonates was 5.3 msec and did not reach adult values within the period of this study. 

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