Neuromonitoring in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care

Neuromonitoring in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care


Cambridge University Press






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Part I. General Considerations in Neuromonitoring: 1. Overview of continuous EEG monitoring in critically Ill neonates and children Shavonne Massey and Nicholas Abend; 2. Technical aspects of neurophysiological monitoring Erin Fedak Romanowski and Renee Shellhaas; 3. Logistics of neuromonitoring William Gallentine, Crystal Keller and Brian Livingstone; 4. Nursing considerations in neuromonitoring Kathi Randall and Diane Wilson; 5. Normal neurophysiology, benign findings, artifacts Sylvie Nguyen The Tich and Emilie Bourel-Ponchel; 6. Abnormal EEG in the intensive care unit Jessica Carpenter and Tammy TsuchidaII; Part II. Practice of Neuromonitoring- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: 7. Neonatal encephalopathy Geraldine Boylan and Deirdre Murray; 8. Neonatal seizures due to acute causes Elissa Yozawitz and Ronit Pressler; 9. Neonatal onset epilepsy Akihisa Okumura; Part III. Practice of Neuromonitoring- Pediatric Intensive Care Unit: 10. Management of status epilepticus and recurrent seizures Marina Gainza-Lein, Ivan Sanchez Fernandez and Tobias Loddenkemper; 11. Screening for seizures in at-risk pediatric patients Adam Wallace and Eric Payne; 12. Monitoring for impending ischemia Ersida Buraniqi and Tobias Loddenkemper; Part IV. Practice of Neuromonitoring- Cardiac Intensive Care Unit: 13. Perioperative monitoring for congenital heart disease surgery Shavonne Massey and Robert Clancy; 14. EEG monitoring in neonates and children undergoing extracorporeal membrane oxygenation Jainn-Jim Lin, Sarah Welsh and Alexis Topjian; 15. Neuromonitoring after cardiac arrest Genevieve Du Pont-Thibodeau, Nicholas Abend and Alexis Topjian; Part V. Cases.
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