Offers a complete exploration of clinical techniques associated with the neurosciences, building from a strong foundation in neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. Straightforward discussions explain exactly how to undertake appropriate neurophysiological investigations. Both biological and electrical scientific principles are addressed, as well as recording techniques, electrical potentials in normal subjects, and ways in which these are disturbed by physical factors or disease. Well-referenced sections reflect clinical applications through discussions of nerve conduction studies, electromyography, evoked potentials, EEG and EEG analysis, monitoring of epilepsy for surgery, recording in the neonatal and pediatric patient, monitoring during surgery and intensive care, sleep studies, and magnetoencephalography. Content addresses the uses, limitations, advantages, calibration, etc. of digital instruments.A Practical Manual Ray Cooper (BSc, PhD.) ... Heasman, B. C., Valentin, A., AlarcA³n, G., Garcia Seaone, J. J., Binnie, C. D. and Guy, C. N. (2002) A hole in the skull significantly distorts the ... Neu Bones, P. J. and Carroll, G.J. (1999) Detection of - r : : #C by a hybrid system comprising mimetic, orm : : neural network, and fuzzyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Techniques in Clinical Neurophysiology|
|Author||:||Ray Cooper (BSc, PhD.), C. D. Binnie, Richard Billings (PhD, MSc.)|
|Publisher||:||Churchill Livingstone - 2005|