Somatosensory evoked changes in cerebral oxygen consumption measured non-invasively in premature neonates

@article{RocheLabarbe2014SomatosensoryEC,
  title={Somatosensory evoked changes in cerebral oxygen consumption measured non-invasively in premature neonates},
  author={Nadege Roche-Labarbe and Angela Fenoglio and Harsha Radhakrishnan and Marcia Kocienski-Filip and Stefan A. Carp and Jay Dubb and David A. Boas and P. Ellen Grant and Maria Angela Franceschini},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={85},
  pages={279-286}
}
The hemodynamic functional response is used as a reliable marker of neuronal activity in countless studies of brain function and cognition. In newborns and infants, however, conflicting results have appeared in the literature concerning the typical response, and there is little information on brain metabolism and functional activation. Measurement of all hemodynamic components and oxygen metabolism is critical for understanding neurovascular coupling in the developing brain. To this end, we… CONTINUE READING
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