Published May 1986
by John Wiley & Sons .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ivan Bodis-Wollner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||566|
Evoked potentials have been used for decades to assess neurologic function in outpatient studies and are now routinely used in the operating room during surgery. Illustrated Manual of Clinical Evoked Potentials is a modern, practical guide to performing these studies and Price: $ This book covers all aspects of evoked potentials (EPs) utilized clinically in evaluating the functional integrity of somatosensory, auditory, motor, and visual pathways in the nervous system. It explores techniques needed to correctly perform EPs, and discusses these clinical neurophysiological tests that are performed in academic institutions and large community : Springer International Publishing. This book represents a revised and updated version of the work originally presented at the international evoked potential symposium held in Nottingham The Nottingham Symposium provided a forum for a state-of-the-art discussion amongst workers from many different disciplines and from many different countries. The Third Edition of this reliable reference could easily serve as a single resource for the clinical neurophysiologist performing evoked potentials in clinical practice. Coverage includes new clinical applications for evoked potential (EP) tests, advanced test variations such as motor and cognitive EPs, and new techniques that improve the efficiency of testing.
Human Auditory Evoked Potentials. 1st Edition. by Terence Picton (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a by: New to this edition is a section on evoked potential monitoring in the operating room. The renowned authors describe new techniques for eliminating artifact and improving the averaging process; and. Auditory Evoked Potentials: Basic Principles and Clinical Application features a team of expert authors who collectively offer the clinical and scientific experience needed for a comprehensive presentation of the state of the art in the field. This book reviews the nature of electrical fields that generate surface recorded potentials and summarizes the imaging modalities that complement evoked potential by: The New Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses is ideal for graduate students as well as practicing clinicians. Authored by a leading clinical audiologist, the text is both complex and accessible, offering extensive review of test principles, protocols, and procedures for clinical application. The practical coverage of material includes guidelines for solving problems unique and common to the field and Reviews:
SYNOPSIS: Auditory Evoked Potentials: Basic Principles and Clinical Applications is a comprehensive text that covers a range of topics, beginning with a basic overview of evoked potentials, followed by the technical recording aspects that must be understood; concluding with clinical and research applications. A chapter of laboratory exercises. Evoked potentials have been widely employed in neurology since the computer-assisted averaging technique became readily accessible to neurologists. More recent applications are discussed in this book. These require a different approach for monitoring the unconscious patient, often in a rapidly changing clinical situation. This review covers a brief history of visual evoked potentials, the most commonly used stimuli to initiate visual evoked potentials, the methods of recording, the sources of visual potentials, the effects of maturation and acuity, and sample patients. History. Introduction. This book covers all aspects of evoked potentials (EPs) utilized clinically in evaluating the functional integrity of somatosensory, auditory, motor, and visual pathways in the nervous system. It explores techniques needed to correctly perform EPs, and discusses these clinical neurophysiological tests that are performed in academic institutions and large community hospitals.