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a.1.Of or pertaining to an electrograph or electrography.
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Defining the gap between electrographic seizure burden, clinical expression and staff recognition of neonatal seizures.
[D.sup.9]-THC or the synthetic cannabinoid agonist JWH-018 caused the development of electrographic seizures in mice via CB1-receptor mechanism (17).
The detailed structural, electrographic, functional imaging, histologic, and clinical diagnostic criteria for ARVC, known as the 2010 Task Force Criteria, are readily available (Circulation.
(13) Stimulus-induced rhythmic, periodic, or ictal discharges are associated with poor neurological outcome, (14) subclinical status epilepticus, traumatic or anoxic brain injury, (15,16) and electrographic seizures.
Physicians can remotely view their patient's electrographic data on a secure website, and program the device settings to personalise therapy for each individual's unique brain patterns.
In particular, such real-time electrographic monitoring has the opportunity to have a significant impact on the diagnosis and management of atrial arrhythmias."
Electrographic seizures during therapeutic hypothermia for neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy.
Just in case any readers have forgotten, the Landa press uses electrographic digital offset technology to transfer a very thin film of ink to the substrate, so thin that it requires no curing.
Biochemical, haematolgical and Electrographic changes in buffaloes naturally infected with Theileria annulata.
Electrographic studies during endotracheal intubation: effect during anaesthesia and intravenous Procaine.