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Title: Evaluation of Dry Sensors for Neonatal EEG Recordings.
Issue Date: Apr-2016
Citation: J Clin Neurophysiol.2016 Apr;(33)2:149-55
Abstract: Neonatal seizures are a common neurologic diagnosis in neonatal intensive care units, occurring in approximately 14,000 newborns annually in the United States. Although the only reliable means of detecting and treating neonatal seizures is with an electroencephalography (EEG) recording, many neonates do not receive an EEG or experience delays in getting them. Barriers to obtaining neonatal EEGs include (1) lack of skilled EEG technologists to apply conventional wet electrodes to delicate neonatal skin, (2) poor signal quality because of improper skin preparation and artifact, and (3) extensive time needed to apply electrodes. Dry sensors have the potential to overcome these obstacles but have not previously been evaluated on neonates.
PMID: 26562208
Rights: openAccess
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