Atlas of Neonatal Electroencephalography (4th Edition) by Eli M. Mizrahi

By Eli M. Mizrahi

Completely revised and up to date by means of across the world well-known specialists, the 3rd version of this renowned and frequent atlas displays twelve years of significant advances in electrodiagnosis of neurologic functionality in neonates. The authors have distilled the titanic, complicated literature on neonatal EEG to supply a pragmatic, modern, beautifully illustrated consultant to appearing EEG in neonates and studying either universal and strange patterns.

This variation contains electronic in addition to analog EEG and lines over 2 hundred brand-new, full-sized reproductions of EEG tracings. The authors reveal cutting-edge advancements in recording approach and spotlight fresh advances within the knowing of standard and irregular mind improvement.

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Cette observation montre bien qu’on savait se servir de la technique inhalatoire pour procéder à un examen particulièrement difficile, voire douloureux. Prescription de l’éther sulfurique en usage interne Une épidémie de choléra-morbus, dont le foyer se situait dans le delta du Gange, submergea la Russie en 1831, et la nouvelle se répandit très rapidement parmi les populations du Nord de l’Europe. À l’instigation du gouvernement français, l’Académie de médecine169 nomma une commission, le 8 mars 1831, afin d’étudier les effets de la propagation de la maladie et, l’année suivante, très exactement le 26 mars 1832, en plein carnaval, le fléau éclatait comme une bombe, à Paris170.

45. Appareil de Sottmann, décrit par le pharmacien Boissenot, de Chalon-sur-Saône. 46. James Watt (1736-1819). © Archives de l’Académie des sciences de l’Institut de France. Histoire de l’anesthésie avec Richard Pearson, de Birmingham. En 1794, dans A short Account of the Nature and Properties of Different Kinds of Airs, Pearson proposait de substituer l’inhalation de l’éther à celle de l’hydrogène. Ses idées furent mises en pratique par John Gardner163, le 28 janvier 1796. Charles Scudamore faisait inhaler de l’iode, des essences de pin ou des vapeurs de goudron, tandis que Sigmond administrait de l’essence de stramoine, sorte de pomme épineuse dont les feuilles contiennent de l’atropine et de la scopolamine.

Dans sa Pharmacopea Borussica, Martin Heinrich Klaproth149 conseillait d’utiliser deux parties et demie d’acide sulfurique contre deux parties d’alcool. Au début de l’opération, l’acide se dépose au fond de la cornue. En agitant la cornue, l’alcool se mélange à l’acide, en émettant un sifflement, avec un dégagement de chaleur. On obtient un mélange de couleur brune, appelé autrefois acide sulfurique dulcifié ou eau de Rabel. En plaçant ce mélange sur un bain de sable chaud et en y adaptant deux ballons, il se dégage un alcool à l’odeur suave et un liquide extrêmement volatil, l’éther.

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