Serial recording of sensory evoked potentials: a noninvasive prognostic indicator in fulminant liver failure.

@article{Madl1994SerialRO,
  title={Serial recording of sensory evoked potentials: a noninvasive prognostic indicator in fulminant liver failure.},
  author={Christian Madl and Georg Grimm and P Ferenci and Ludwig Kramer and W. Yeganehfar and Walter Oder and Rudolf Steininger and Christian Zauner and Klaus Ratheiser and Felix Stockenhuber},
  journal={Hepatology},
  year={1994},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={1487-94}
}
Sensory evoked potentials are markedly changed in patients with fulminant liver failure. It is unknown, however, whether serial recordings of sensory evoked potentials provide useful prognostic informations for patient management in fulminant liver failure. Ninety recordings of bilateral median nerve-stimulated short- and long-latency sensory evoked potentials were performed in 25 patients with fulminant liver failure (9 patients spontaneously recovered and survived, 8 patients were referred to… CONTINUE READING
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