To investigate the ability of 30-min electroencephalogram (EEG), short-latency somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) and brain computed tomography (CT) to predict poor neurological outcome (persistent vegetative state or death) at 6 months in comatose survivors of cardiac arrest within 24 h from the event.

Neurophysiology and neuroimaging accurately predict poor neurological outcome within 24 hours after cardiac arrest: The ProNeCA prospective multicentre prognostication study / Scarpino, Maenia; Lolli, Francesco; Lanzo, Giovanni; Carrai, Riccardo; Spalletti, Maddalena; Valzania, Franco; Lombardi, Maria; Audenino, Daniela; Celani, Maria Grazia; Marrelli, Alfonso; Contardi, Sara; Peris, Adriano; Amantini, Aldo; Sandroni, Claudio; Grippo, Antonello. - In: RESUSCITATION. - ISSN 0300-9572. - STAMPA. - (2019), pp. 0-6. [10.1016/j.resuscitation.2019.07.032]

Neurophysiology and neuroimaging accurately predict poor neurological outcome within 24 hours after cardiac arrest: The ProNeCA prospective multicentre prognostication study

Scarpino, Maenia;Lolli, Francesco;Lanzo, Giovanni;Carrai, Riccardo;Spalletti, Maddalena;Lombardi, Maria
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Peris, Adriano;Amantini, Aldo;SANDRONI, CLAUDIO;Grippo, Antonello
2019

Abstract

To investigate the ability of 30-min electroencephalogram (EEG), short-latency somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) and brain computed tomography (CT) to predict poor neurological outcome (persistent vegetative state or death) at 6 months in comatose survivors of cardiac arrest within 24 h from the event.
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Scarpino, Maenia; Lolli, Francesco; Lanzo, Giovanni; Carrai, Riccardo; Spalletti, Maddalena; Valzania, Franco; Lombardi, Maria; Audenino, Daniela; Celani, Maria Grazia; Marrelli, Alfonso; Contardi, Sara; Peris, Adriano; Amantini, Aldo; Sandroni, Claudio; Grippo, Antonello
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