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Neuromonitoring in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care

Neuromonitoring in Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care

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Demand for neuromonitoring in neonatal, pediatric and cardiac intensive care units continues to grow, motivated by increased awareness of the high prevalence of seizures among critically ill neonates and children, and emerging evidence that these seizures can contribute to brain injury. This book provides physicians, nurses and trainees caring for critically ill newborns and children with a practical overview of how to use and interpret continuous neuromonitoring to enhance patient care. Authored by international experts from diverse institutions and professional backgrounds, this is a practical guide that is accessible to intensive care specialists, but also comprehensive enough to serve as a reference book for neurologists and neurophysiologists. Concise enough to be read cover-to-cover and illustrated with over thirty case-based examples, this authoritative reference will guide readers in accurate neuromonitoring interpretation and optimal use of conventional EEG, amplitude-integrated EEG and other quantitative EEG techniques.
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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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