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practice for EEG registry

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toxic levels of Lithium causes triphasic waves and /or periodic discharges can be present on EEG
How does ativan affect the EEG Increased beta
Bilateral anterior beta activity is caused by Diazepam
Phenobarbital causes Beta
Most prominent clinical features of dilantin toxicity Ataxia
What can cause excessive beta drug effect
What is the most common of generalized beta medications
What drug type exhibits the most observable effect on the EEG benzodiazepines
At therapeutic levels of phenytoin cause what kind of EEG finding no change
Created by: moeegtech