Sleep–wake cycle of the healthy term newborn infant in the immediate postnatal period

@article{Korotchikova2016SleepwakeCO,
  title={Sleep–wake cycle of the healthy term newborn infant in the immediate postnatal period},
  author={I. Korotchikova and N. Stevenson and V. Livingstone and C. Ryan and G. Boylan},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={127},
  pages={2095-2101}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine sleep-wake cycle (SWC) composition of healthy term infants in the immediate postnatal period using EEG, and investigate factors that might influence it. METHODS Multichannel video-EEG was recorded for a median of 61.9 min (IQR: 60.0-69.3). The absolute and relative scores of sleep states were calculated for each infant's recording. Parametric/non-parametric statistical tests and multiple linear regression analysis were used to investigate the influence of perinatal… Expand
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