Table 1: Clinical Characteristics.

From: Novel Wavelet Real Time Analysis of Neurovascular Coupling in Neonatal Encephalopathy

Gestation Age (weeks)Birth Weight (Kg)Sarnat StageSexGas Base DeficitaEEG PatternaEEG SWC (cycle/hour)aEEG Bandwidth (μV)NIRS SctO2 (Mean)MRIBayley III at 18–24 m
^383.31F1910.611750105-99-95
^372.51M21111376090-97-107
413.52M1610.8876090-95-97
373.02M1710.7680095-98-105
383.52F172None789065-95-82
372.92M2010.51090(1a)80-70-90
383.12M2221986(1b)71-70-85
382.83F1610.71182(1b)90-75-97
384.72M1920.5970070-85-85
362.62F303None988(2)65-80-85
  1. ^Denotes the 2 controls who did not receive hypothermia. Clinical severity of encephalopathy using modified Sarnat staging listed as follows: 1, no encephalopathy, 2: moderate NE, 3: severe NE (in a minimum of 3/6 categories). Infants highlighted in grey had the abnormal outcomes. aEEG score 1: continuous, 2, Discontinuous, 3, Burst Suppression. SWC sleep wake cycle. MRI NICHD scores: 0 = no injury; 1a = minimal cerebral lesions only and no area of watershed infarction; 1b = more extensive cerebral lesions, 2 = basal involvement or watershed infarction noted without any other cerebral lesions, 2 = involvement of basal ganglia or infarction and additional cerebral lesions. Bayley outcomes for cognitive-language-motor scores are listed sequentially.