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Cambridge University Press
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February 2024
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Easy to read and well-illustrated, this unique guidebook is written for acute care providers of all backgrounds and skill levels, who may be unfamiliar with basic EEG concepts and dependent on reading EEG reports or remote interpretations. This guide introduces the basics of critical care EEG with an emphasis on the skill of real-time bedside EEG reading (pattern recognition). It is presented in two parts using case-based approaches and is full of clinical tips. Readers will become familiar with common critical care EEG patterns, their significance, and management with relevant reasoning. They will also learn how to make basic bedside EEG interpretations to supplement their clinical neurological exam and better collaborate with EEG readers. A dedicated chapter on quantitative EEG explains this important modality. In short, this book enables the use of critical care EEG as a powerful extension to the clinical assessment of critically ill patients.

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