Drug Effects on EEG

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Abstract

Abstract:

Although excess beta activity and a mild theta increase may be the most common EEG alterations associated with medication, more remarkable changes may also appear. Although changes such as diffuse delta, triphasic waves, bisynchronous spikes or polyspikes, burst suppression or electrocerebral inactivity may indicate a dismal prognosis under many circumstances; these patterns may fully resolve to a normal EEG if drug administration is the unique or principal cause.

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