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Ives JR. New Chronic EEG Electrode for CCU/ICU Monitoring. J. Clin. Neurophysiol. 2005;22:119-123.

Ives JR, Rotenberg A, Poma R, Thut G, Pascual-Leone A. Electroencephalographic recording during transcranial magnetic stimulation in humans and animals. Clin Neurophysiol. 2006;117:1870-1875.

Mirsattari SM, Lee DH, Jones D, Bihari F, and Ives JR.  MRI compatible EEG electrode system for routine use in the epilepsy monitoring unit and intensive care unit.  Clin. Neurophysiol. 2004 Sep;115(9):2175-80.

Young GB, Ives JR, Chapman MG, Mirsattari SM.  A comparison of subdermal wire electrodes with collodion-applied disk electrodes in long-term EEG recordings in ICU. Clin Neurophysiol. 2006;117:1376-1379.

Mirsattari SM, Tapsell LM, Ives JR, Lee DH. MRI-compatible EEG electrode system for epilepsy monitoring unit- a technical note. American Journal of Neuroradiology. (2008;29:1649).

Martz GU, Hucek C, Quigg M. Sixty day continuous use of subdermal wire electrodes for EEG monitoring during treatment of status epilepticus. Neurocrit Care. 2009;11(2):223-7 

Vulliemoz S, Lazeyras F, Spinelli L, Ives JR, Seeck M. New electrodes for long-term monitoring compatible with 3 Tesla MRI and CT imaging.  Swiss Society for Neuroscience, Berne, Switzerland, March 9-10, 2007.  Power-Point poster is available upon request (jives@uwo.ca).

Vulliemoz S, Lazeyras F, Spinelli L, Ives JR, Seeck M. New electrodes for long-term monitoring compatible with 3 Tesla MRI and CT imaging.  American Epilepsy Society (AES), Poster, Philadelphia, PA, USA, December, 2007. Power-Point poster is available upon request (jives@uwo.ca).

Mirsattari SM, Bihari F, Leung LS, Menon RS, Wang Z, Ives JR, Bartha R. Physiological monitoring of small animals during magnetic resonance imaging. J Neuroscience Methods 2005;144(2): 207-213.

Mirsattari SM, Ives JR, Bihari F, Leung LS, Menon RS, Bartha R. Real-time display of artifact-free EEG during functional MRI and MR spectroscopy in an animal model of epilepsy. Magn Reson Med. 2005; 53(2): 456-464.

Pang T, Miller LC, Ives JR, Schomer DL.  Sphenoidal Subdermal Wire Electrodes.  Poster/Abstract presented at ACNS, Feb 16-17, 2008, Savannah, GA
Power-point poster is available upon request (jives@uwo.ca ).

Vulliemoz S, Seeck M, Spinelli L, Pellise D, Ives JR.  A new ground & reference system for invasive EEG recordings.  In press, J EEG Technology.

Vulliemoz S, Perrig S, Pellise D, Vargas MI, Gasche Y, Ives JR, Seeck M.  Imaging compatible electrodes for continuous EEG monitoring in the intensive care unit.  J. Cain. Neurophysiol. 2009;26(4):236-243.

Stevens TK, Ives JR, Klassen LM, and Bartha R. MR compatibility of EEG scalp electrodes at 4 Tesla. JMRI 2007; 25(4):872-7.

Bonmassar, G., Anami, K., Ives, J. and Belliveau, J.W.  Visual evoked potential (VEP) measured by simultaneous 64-channel EEG and 3T fMRI.  NeuroReport, 1999;10:1893-1897.

Bonmassar G, Hadjikhani N, Ives JR, Hinton D, Belliveau JW.  Influence of EEG electrodes on the BOLD fMRI signal. Hum. Brain Mapping 2000;14:108-115.

Das RR, Lucey BP, Chou SH-Y, Espinosa PS, Zamani AA, Dworetzky BA, Bromfield EB, Lee JW. The Utility of Conductive Plastic Electrodes in Prolonged ICU EEG Monitoring.  J Neurocritical Care, http://www.springerlink.com/content/y4345k3l7jk31872/

Mirsattari SM, Davies-Schinkel C, Young B, Sharpe, Ives JR, Lee DH.  Usefulness of a 1.5 Tesla MRI-compatible EEG Electrode System for Routine Use in the Intensive Care Unit of a Tertiary Care Hospital.  Epilepsy Research 2009;10:368-372.

Das RR, Lucey BP, Chou SH-Y, Espinosa PS, Zamani AA, Dworetzky BA, Bromfield EB, Lee JW. MRI-compatible conductive plastic electrodes are feasible and safe in prolonged ICU Electroencephalographic monitoring.  Poster presentation (Abstract 1.009), AES, Seattle, December, 2008
http://www.aesnet.org/go/publications/aes-abstracts/abstract-search/?mode=display&st=das&sy=2008&sb=All&startrow=1&id=8518

 






 
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