Brain Matters July Webinar
Electroencephalographic Patterns in Neurocritical Care
Friday, July 27, 2018
3:00 PM EDT (US)

Next month on Brain Matters, Dr. Brian Appavu, MD will be discussing electroencephalographic patterns in neurocritical care as epiphenomena or direct contributors of brain injury. He will be highlighting the effect that seizures and other EEG patterns may have on other neurophysiologic variables (ABP, CPP, brain tissue oxygenation, etc.).

Dr. Appavu is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Child Health at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and serves as an ICU neurologist and epileptologist at the Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
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ASET 2018 Annual Conference
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Neurocritical Care Society's 16th Annual Meeting
Sept 25-28, 2018: Boca Raton, FL
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Sept 26-27, 2018:  Palo Alto, CA

Appavu, B., & Riviello, J. J. (2017). Electroencephalographic Patterns in Neurocritical Care: Pathologic Contributors or Epiphenomena? Neurocrit Care. In Press.

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Vespa, P., Tubi, M., Claassen, J., Buitrago-Blanco, M., McArthur, D., Velazquez, A. G., . . . Nuwer, M. (2016). Metabolic crisis occurs with seizures and periodic discharges after brain trauma. Ann Neurol, 79(4), 579-590.

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Foreman, B., Albers, D., Schmidt, J. M., Falo, C. M., Velasquez, A., Connolly, E. S., & Claassen, J. (2017). Intracortical electrophysiological correlates of blood flow after severe SAH: A multimodality monitoring study. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab, 2018 Mar;38(3):506-517.

Birca, A., Lortie, A., Birca, V., Decarie, J. C., Veilleux, A., Gallagher, A., . . . Carmant, L. (2016). Rewarming affects EEG background in term newborns with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy undergoing therapeutic hypothermia. Clin Neurophysiol, 127(4), 2087-2094.


Fetal and Neonatal Brain Injury

David K. Stevenson, William E. Benitz, Philip Sunshine, Susan R. Hintz, Maurice L. Druzin
Cambridge University Press, Oct 31, 2017

Improvements in the detection of fetal and neonatal brain injuries, advances in our understanding of the pathophysiology, cellular and molecular bases of encephalopathy, and new treatment options have all combined to produce significant changes in the management of neonatal brain disorders in the past few years. This new edition of Fetal and Neonatal Brain Injury brings the reader fully up to date with all advances in clinical management and outcome assessment. 
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