Data from: Clinical EEG slowing correlates with delirium severity and predicts poor clinical outcomes

Eyal Y Kimchi, Anudeepthi Neelagiri, Wade Whitt, Avinash Rao Sagi, Sophia L Ryan, Greta Gadbois, Daniël Groothuysen, Michael B Westover & Eyal Kimchi
Objective To determine which findings on routine clinical EEGs correlate with delirium severity across various presentations, and to determine whether EEG findings independently predict important clinical outcomes. Methods We prospectively studied a cohort of non-intubated inpatients undergoing EEG for evaluation of altered mental status. Patients were assessed for delirium within one hour of EEG using the 3-Minute Diagnostic Interview for Confusion Assessment Method (3D-CAM) and 3D-CAM severity score (3D-CAM-S). EEGs were interpreted clinically by neurophysiologists,...
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