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Chapter 1. Basics of EEG Monitoring in Pediatric Critical Care
Chapter 2. Encephalopathy, Coma Patterns, and Other Abnormalities of the EEG Background in Critically-Ill Children
Chapter 3. Periodic and Rhythmic EEEG Patterns in Critically-Ill Children
Chapter 4. Seizures in Critically-Ill Children
Chapter 5. Convulsive and Non-Convulsive Status Epilepticus in Critically-Ill Children
Chapter 6. Neonatal EEG
Chapter 7. Brief Rhythmic Discharges, Seizures, and Mimics in Critically-Ill Neonates
Chapter 8. Amplitude Integrated EEG in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Chapter 9. Quantitative EEG in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Chapter 10. Pathognomonic EEG Patterns in Critically-Ill Children and Neonates
Chapter 11. Advanced Topics – Multimodality Monitoring and the Ictal-Interictal Continuum in Critically-Ill Children
Chapter 12. Commonly Encountered EEG Artifacts in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Chapter 13. Cases
13.1 Cardiac Arrest with Post-Hypoxic Myoclonus
13.2 Late-Onset Seizures After Cardiac Arrest
13.3 Non-Convulsive Status Epilepticus and Traumatic Brain Injury
13.4 Febrile Infection-Related Epilepsy Syndrome (FIRES)
13.5 Periodic Discharges in Neonates
13.6 Severe Neonatal Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy
13.7 Delayed Seizures in Neonatal Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy
13.8 Arterial Ischemic Stroke in a Neonate
13.9 Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate Deficiency
13.10 Epilepsy of Infancy with Mitigating Focal Seizures and Quantitative EEG
13.11 Status Epilepticus and POLG-1
13.12 Ictal-Interictal Continuum in the Pediatric ICU
13.13 Excessive Vagal Response Mimicking Seizure in a Critically-Ill Infant
Templates and Treatment Algorithms
Question and Answer by Chapter (Online Only)

Atlas of Pediatric and Neonatal ICU EEG is the first and only atlas to provide a comprehensive overview of the EEG patterns encountered in critically ill neonates and children, with emphasis on their significance and implications for patient care. EEG monitoring is an essential component of neurocritical care, and the patterns seen in critically ill children and neonates are often distinctly different from those found in critically ill adults or encountered in an epilepsy monitoring unit or outpatient neurophysiology laboratory. This resource provides expert guidance in the interpretation of neonatal and pediatric critical care EEG with hundreds of examples and detailed descriptions to enhance understanding and facilitate better outcomes for EEG monitoring in children.
The chapters begin by addressing the basics of each topic before focusing on specific EEG patterns and their relevance to a particular disease state. Dedicated chapters on rhythmic and periodic patterns, status epilepticus, quantitative EEG analysis, and multimodality monitoring provide a thorough grounding in ICU EEG skills and applications. The book concludes with a series of thirteen cases illustrating common scenarios to help clinicians apply lessons learned. 140 board-style questions targeting information covered on the epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology boards is included online along with 12 videos that further amplify chapter content. Incorporating the most recent American Clinical Neurophysiology Society guidelines for critical care EEG monitoring in neonates and children, this evidence-based atlas will be a trusted reference for critical care clinicians, neurologists, epileptologists, and other providers who care for critically ill neonates and children.

Key Features:
• Detailed descriptions of the indications for and utility of ICU EEG monitoring in neonatal and pediatric patients
• Over 270 images of neonatal and pediatric ICU EEGs with explanations of key features
• Illustrative cases, board-style review questions with rationales, and videos facilitate understanding and application of the material covered in the images and text
• Takeaway points included at the end of chapters underscore essential information
• Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers