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electrograph

[i′lek·trə‚graf]
(communications)
Facsimile transmission equipment.
(engineering)
Any plot, graph, or tracing produced by the action of an electric current on prepared sensitized paper (or other chart material) or by means of an electrically controlled stylus or pen.
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Conclusion: Detection of any electrographic pattern in EEG before monitoring was associated with the presence of any important pattern in cEEG monitoring.
These studies must carefully define definition for treatments, appropriate dosing, age and etiology of subjects, clearer outcome criteria (clinical, electrographic, or both), tolerability, and safety.
Results reported in a late-breaker session at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies showed that among neonates who did not experience status epilepticus, basing treatment on the EEG rather than on clinical observation yielded a 22% lower burden of electrographic seizures.
Other EEG recordings in [greater than or equal to] 61 patients reported or observed to have nodding syndrome have consistently identified interictal abnormalities and various electrographic seizure types (2,7,9).
Estimation of gestational age by electrographic, clinical, and anatomic criteria.
Electrographic seizures occurring in the absence of clinical seizures in neurologically abnormal newborns are reported to be common.
An electrographic study of psilocin and 4-methyl-alpha-methyltryptamine.
Continuous video EEG monitoring showed right centro-frontal electrographic seizures.
A published report on 12 nodding syndrome patients studied with magnetic resonance imaging of the brain found normal results or non-specific changes, and electroencephalography performed on 10 patients between nodding episodes showed abnormal background in six patients and electrographic seizures in two patients (2).
Electrographic, clinical and pathological alterations following systemic administration of kainic acid, bicuculline or pentetrazole: Metabolic mapping using the deoxyglucose method with special reference to the pathology of epilepsy.
A range of PS doses were infused directly into the right hippocampus of 42 rats, which were subsequently monitored for behavioral and electrographic seizures.