AEEG

AcronymDefinition
AEEGAutorita per l'Energia Elettrica e il Gas (Italian: Authority for Electricity and Gas; Milan, Italy)
AEEGAmerican Entrepreneurs for Economic Growth
AEEGAlliance for Energy and Economic Growth
AEEGAustrian Environmental Expert Group (consultant; Vienna, Austria)
AEEGAssociation of Ethiopians Educated in Germany
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There are, however, a few small studies that attempted to identify a threshold Thompson score which predicted an abnormal aEEG or an adverse outcome.
Onsite echocardiography (57%) and electroencephalography/amplitudeintegrated electroencephalography(EEG/ aEEG) (69%) were widely available, with various other modalities less available: central venous pressure (CVP) monitoring (40%), perfusion index (5%), and nearinfrared spectroscopy (NIRS) (4%).
Perinatal asfiksi nedeniyle aktif hipotermi uygulanan ve aEEG cihazi ile izlenen 5 bebegin 3'unun aEEG'sinde burst supresyon bulgusu tespit edildi, 2 sinde ise patoloji saptanmadi.
While a normal aEEG record in the first 6 hours of life indicates a high probability of normal outcome, the results should be interpreted with caution as they can still be associated with poor outcome if features of encephalopathy exist.
List of Abbreviations aEEG: Amplitude-integrated EEG BIS: Bispectral index cEEG: Continuous electroencephalogram EEG: Electroencephalogram ICU: Intensive care unit NCSE: Nonconvulsive status epilepticus qEEG: Quantitative EEG SR: Suppression ratio.
The classical EEG or aEEG not only can confirm the severity of HIE and monitor subclinical seizures, but also redirect diagnostics.
According to the Energy Authority (AEEG, 2014), in 2013, the average upward price was 130 EUR/MWh and the average downward price was 25 EUR/MWh.
aEEG is used for routine neurological care in the neonatal unit.
In the patients who were evaluated further, amplitude integrated electroencephalogram (aEEG) (Brainz, Natus medical, San Carlos, CA, USA) was recorded if one of the findings including lack of sucking, hypotonia, abnormal reflex (abnormal pupillary response to light) or seizure was present in addition to lethargy, stupor or coma which are signs of moderate or severe encephalopathy.
AEEG characteristics and visual cognitive function of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
[23] Moreover, safety concerns regarding the use of morphine for premedication in preterm infants have been raised, as it has been associated with prolonged amplified electroencephalography (aEEG) depression, independent of blood pressure changes.