Reference values for amplitude-integrated EEGs in infants from preterm to 3.5 months of age.

@article{Zhang2011ReferenceVF,
  title={Reference values for amplitude-integrated EEGs in infants from preterm to 3.5 months of age.},
  author={Dandan Zhang and Yunfeng Liu and Xinlin Hou and Congle Zhou and Yue-Jia Luo and Datian Ye and Haiyan Ding},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2011},
  volume={127 5},
  pages={e1280-7}
}
OBJECTIVES Amplitude-integrated electroencephalogram (aEEG) is a valuable tool for the continuous evaluation of functional brain maturation in infants. The amplitudes of the upper and lower margins of aEEGs are postulated to change with maturation and correlate with postmenstrual age (PMA). In this study we aimed to establish reliable reference values of aEEG amplitudes, which provide quantitative guidelines for assessing brain maturation as indicated by aEEG results in neonates and young… CONTINUE READING
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