Physiological significance of sharp wave transients on EEG recordings of healthy pre-term and full-term neonates.

@article{Scher1994PhysiologicalSO,
  title={Physiological significance of sharp wave transients on EEG recordings of healthy pre-term and full-term neonates.},
  author={M S Scher and Judy Bova and S George Dokianakis and Doris A Steppe},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={90 3},
  pages={179-85}
}
One EEG sleep cycle was selected from each of ninety-four 3 h studies on 52 healthy neonates from 29 to 43 weeks post-conceptional ages (CA) (28 pre-term (PT)/24 full-term infants (FT); 51 are normal up to at least 18 months of age). Each record was reviewed to identify sharp wave transients (SWTs). No spike discharges were noted. 364 SWTs were tabulated in terms of amplitude, morphology, left:right predominance, anatomical site and EEG sleep state. Mean number of SWTs per hour for full-term… CONTINUE READING

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