Tag Archives: eeg

Peculiar Brain Signals Found in “Flat-Lined” Patient

What if inside the brain of a person who had already flat lined, there was still something going on—some murmur of electrical signals? Could the person still be considered brain dead? Read article Advertisements

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Rapid EEG activity during sleep dominates in mild traumatic brain injury patients with acute pain

Pain in patients with mTBI was associated with more rapid qEEG activity, mostly during REM sleep, suggesting that pain is associated with poor sleep and is a critical factor in managing post-concussion symptoms. Read article

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Rapid EEG activity during sleep dominates in mild traumatic brain injury patients with acute pain

Pain in mTBI patients was associated with more rapid qEEG activity, mostly during REM sleep, suggesting that pain is associated with poor sleep and is a critical factor in managing post-concussion symptoms. Read article

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TMS-EEG responses in recovered and symptomatic mild traumatic brain injury

The results suggest altered brain reactivity and connectivity in mTBI. Read article

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