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As the population ages, technology improves, intensive care medicine expands and neurocritical care advances, the use of EEG monitoring in the critically ill is becoming increasingly important. This atlas is a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the uses of EEG monitoring in the critical care setting. It includes basic EEG patterns seen in encephalopathy, both specific and non-specific, nonconvulsive seizures, periodic EEG patterns, and controversial patterns on the ictal–interictal continuum. Confusing artefacts, including ones that mimic seizures, are shown and explained, and the new standardized nomenclature for these patterns is included. The Atlas of EEG in Critical Care explains the principles of technique and interpretation of recordings and discusses the techniques of data management, and 'trending' central to long-term monitoring. It demonstrates applications in multi-modal monitoring, correlating with new techniques such as microdialysis, and features superb illustrations of commonly observed neurologic events, including seizures, hemorrhagic stroke and ischaemia. This atlas is written for practitioners, fellows and residents in critical care medicine, neurology, epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology, and is essential reading for anyone getting involved in EEG monitoring in the intensive care unit.Content: Chapter 1 EEG Basics (pages 1–37): Chapter 2 EEG in Encephalopathy (pages 39–88): Chapter 3 Seizures and Status Epilepticus (pages 89–127): Chapter 4 Periodic Discharges and Other Controversial EEG Patterns (pages 129–160): Chapter 5 EEG in Cerebrovascular Disease (pages 161–186): Chapter 6 Artifacts that can Mimic Seizures or other Physiologic Patterns (pages 187–216): Chapter 7 Prolonged EEG Monitoring and Quantitative EEG Techniques for Detecting Seizures and Ischemia (pages 217–298): Chapter 8 Evoked and Event?Related Potentials in the ICU (pages 299–313):
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