Primer of EEG: With A Mini-Atlas / Edition 1

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Overview

This practical handbook covers all the key aspects of EEG interpretation. Arranged in an easy-to-use format, the text covers the value of EEG, practical tips on interpretation, specific areas where EEG is most useful, pitfalls to avoid, how to report the findings, and explanations of the most prominent EEG phenomena. And, it provides readers with a comprehensive mini-atlas of EEG tracings.

• Offers a concise overview of the fundamentals of electroencephalography.
• Includes a mini-atlas of EEG tracings—providing readers with all of the elements they need to read EEGs in one book.
• Provides a section on tips for reading and reporting EEGs that includes clinical pearls.
• Features an appendix with practical guidelines on diverse topics such as how to treat status epilepticus, how to perform a cerebral death recording, and more.
• Includes a helpful glossary of EEG terms, enabling readers to use within seconds.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750674768
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 3/25/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 428,171
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Bronx VA Medical Center, New York, NY

Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Medical Center, New York, NY

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION: THE UTILITY OF THE EEG

I. ORGIN AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF THE EEG
1. Origin of the EEG
2. Technical Considerations a. Electrodes b. Electrode Placement c. Potential Fields d. Amplification e. Bipolar Recording f. Referential Recording g. Montage Selection h. Overview of Electronics
I. Calibration
II. Display (write-out)
III. Sensitivity
IV. Low Pass (high frequency) Filters
V. High Pass (low frequency) Filters
3. Artifacts

II. THE NORMAL EEG
4. The Normal Adult EEG
a. The Alpha Rhythm b. Beta Activity c. Theta Activity d. Delta Activity e. Mu Rhythm f. Lambda Waves g. Features of Sleep
5. Special Considerations in Children
6. Special Considerations in the Elderly
7. Activation Procedures a. Hyperventilation b. Intermittent Photic Stimulation c. Sleep Deprivation d. Sedated Sleep
8. Normal Variants and Paroxysmal Phenomena of Uncertain Significance a. Alpha Variants b. Rhythmical Mid-Temporal Discharges (RMTD)
c. Wicket Spikes d. Subclinical Rhythmical Electrographic Discharges of Adults (SREDA)
e. Small Sharp Spikes f. Phantom Spike-waves g. 14 and 6 Positive Spike

III. THE ABNORMAL EEG
9. Non-epileptiform Abnormal Patterns a. Focal Slowing b. Diffuse Slowing c. Projected Rhythms d. Periodicity e. Burst-Suppression
10. Epileptiform Patterns a. The Spike b. The Spike-wave Complex c. The sharp wave d. Other Interictal Paroxysmal Waveforms e. Location and Significance of Focal Epileptiform Discharges

IV. THE EEG AND EPILEPSY
11. Eight Important Epilepsy Syndromes a. Simple Febrile Convulsions b. Complex Febrile Convulsions c. West Syndrome (Infantile Spasms)
d. Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS)
e. Absence Epilepsy f. Benign Childhood Epilepsy with Centrotemporal Spikes (BECTS)
g. Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy (JME)
h. Benign Epilepsy of Childhood with Occipital Paroxysms
12. The Value of the EEG in Epilepsy Prognosis
13. Epilepsy Monitoring a. Prolonged EEG-Video Monitoring b. Ambulatory EEG
14. The EEG in Non-epileptic Seizures of Psychogenic Origin
15. Status Epileptic a. Generalized Convulsive Status Epilepticus (GCSE)
b. Non-convulsive Status Epilepticus (NCSE)

V. THE EEG IN OTHER NEUROLOGICAL AND MEICAL CONDITIONS
16. The Dementias a. Alzheimer’s Disease b. Multi-infarct Dementia (MID)
c. Creuzfeldt-Jakov Disease d. Pick’s Disease
17. Stroke a. Ischemic Stroke b. Hemorrhagic Stroke
18. Subdural Hematoma
19. Metabolic Disorders a. General EEG Features b. The Triphasic Wave in Hepatic and Renal Encephalopathies c. Other Metabolic Encephalopathies
20. Coma

VI. TIPS ON READING AND REPORTING THE EEG
21. Elements of the Report
22. How to Look at the Record

APPENDIX
A.THE INFLUENCE OF PHARMACOLOGICAL AGENTS ON THE EEG
B. THE ROLE OF THE EEG IN DETERMINGN ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG THERAPY
C. GUIDELINES FOR TREATMENT OF GENERALIZED CONVULSIVE STATUS

EPILEPTICUS (GCSE)
1. Overt GCSE
2. Subtle GCSE
D. GUIDELINES FOR TREATMENT OF NON-CONVULSIVE STATUS EPILEPITCUS (NCSE)
E. CREBRAL DEATH RECORDING

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