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  • 1.   Persistent lactic acidosis in neonatal hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy correlates with EEG grade and electrographic seizure burden

    This study examined whether lactic acidosis at birth in asphyxiated neonates could predict the grade of EEG encephalopathy by examining the relationship between time taken for the normalisation of lactate, severity of encephalopathy and seizure burden

    Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed, Vol: 93 Page: F183-6 May 2008
    D. M. Murray; G. B. Boylan; A. P. Fitzgerald; C. A. Ryan; B. P. Murphy; S. Connolly

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  • 2.   Prediction of seizures in asphyxiated neonates: correlation with continuous video-electroencephalographic monitoring

    The aim of this study was to examine if predictive values of high risk markers Apgar, acidosis and others - would be increased if early continuous electroencephalographic monitoring allowed accurate identification of all neonatal seizures

    Pediatrics, Vol: 118 Page: 41-6 July 2006
    D. M. Murray; C. A. Ryan; G. B. Boylan; A. P. Fitzgerald; S. Connolly

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