His primary areas of study are Epilepsy, Anesthesia, Responsive neurostimulation device, Stimulation and Randomized controlled trial. His Epilepsy study focuses on Status epilepticus in particular. His Status epilepticus study incorporates themes from Stroke, Encephalopathy, Pediatrics and Comorbidity.
The concepts of his Stimulation study are interwoven with issues in Adverse effect, Epilepsy surgery and Depression. The various areas that Nathan B. Fountain examines in his Adverse effect study include Young adult, Severity of illness, Quality of life and Mood. Nathan B. Fountain has researched Randomized controlled trial in several fields, including Prospective cohort study, Brain stimulation, Refractory and Neurostimulation.
His primary scientific interests are in Epilepsy, Anesthesia, Electroencephalography, Status epilepticus and Adverse effect. His Epilepsy research includes elements of Randomized controlled trial and Neurostimulation. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Anesthesia and Responsive neurostimulation device.
He has included themes like Ambulatory and Audiology in his Electroencephalography study. His Epilepsy surgery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Radiology, Cortex and Medical emergency. In the subject of general Temporal lobe, his work in Anterior temporal lobectomy is often linked to Radiosurgery, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Epilepsy, Status epilepticus, Anesthesia, Benzodiazepine and Fosphenytoin. His Epilepsy study combines topics in areas such as Emergency medicine and Electroencephalography. His research in Electroencephalography focuses on subjects like Neurology, which are connected to Ambulatory.
His Fosphenytoin research integrates issues from Blood sampling, Free fraction and Valproic Acid. Nathan B. Fountain usually deals with Temporal lobe and limits it to topics linked to Radiology and Randomized controlled trial, Epilepsy surgery and Anterior temporal lobectomy. His work deals with themes such as Quality of life and Neurostimulation, which intersect with Randomized controlled trial.
Epilepsy, Epilepsy surgery, Anesthesia, Clinical trial and Anterior temporal lobectomy are his primary areas of study. His research in Epilepsy intersects with topics in Dosing and Electroencephalography. His Epilepsy surgery research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Medical emergency, Differential diagnosis, Ambulatory, Unit and Neurology.
His Anesthesia study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Status epilepticus. His Clinical trial study combines topics in areas such as Young adult, Brain stimulation and Apnea. The various areas that he examines in his Anterior temporal lobectomy study include Randomized controlled trial, Surgery, Adverse effect and Quality of life.
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Electrical stimulation of the anterior nucleus of thalamus for treatment of refractory epilepsy
Robert Fisher;Vicenta Salanova;Thomas Witt;Robert Worth.
De novo mutations in epileptic encephalopathies
Andrew S. Allen;Samuel F. Berkovic;Patrick Cossette;Norman Delanty.
American Clinical Neurophysiology Society's Standardized Critical Care EEG Terminology: 2012 version.
Lawrence J. Hirsch;S. M. Laroche;N. Gaspard;E. Gerard.
Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology (2013)
Long-term efficacy and safety of thalamic stimulation for drug-resistant partial epilepsy
Vicenta Salanova;Thomas Witt;Robert Worth;Thomas R. Henry.
Two‐year seizure reduction in adults with medically intractable partial onset epilepsy treated with responsive neurostimulation: Final results of the RNS System Pivotal trial
Christianne N. Heck;David King-Stephens;Andrew D. Massey;Dileep R. Nair.
Long-term treatment with responsive brain stimulation in adults with refractory partial seizures
Gregory K. Bergey;Martha J. Morrell;Eli M. Mizrahi;Alica Goldman.
Distribution of seizure precipitants among epilepsy syndromes.
Michael M. Frucht;Mark Quigg;Carl Schwaner;Nathan B. Fountain.
Assessment of acute morbidity and mortality in nonconvulsive status epilepticus
Bassel F. Shneker;Nathan B. Fountain.
Status epilepticus: risk factors and complications.
Nathan B. Fountain.
Pathophysiology of status epilepticus.
Nathan B. Fountain;Eric W. Lothman.
Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology (1995)
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