Neurophysiology for predicting good and poor neurological outcome at 12 and 72 h after cardiac arrest: The ProNeCA multicentre prospective study

Maenia Scarpino, Riccardo Carrai, Francesco Lolli, Giovanni Lanzo, Maddalena Spalletti, Franco Valzania, Maria Lombardi, Daniela Audenino, Sara Contardi, Maria Grazia Celani, Alfonso Marrelli, Oriano Mecarelli, Chiara Minardi, Fabio Minicucci, Lucia Politini, Eugenio Vitelli, Adriano Peris, Aldo Amantini, Claudio Sandroni*, Antonello GrippoAngelo Zilioli, Chiara Bandinelli, Pasquale Bernardo, Teresa Anna Cantisani, Roberta Ciuffini, Leonardo Davì, Andrea Marudi, Marco Moretti, Giuseppe Olivo, Klaudio Rikani, Rossella Sabadini

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