IPEG Guidelines

The IPEG recently presented updated guidelines summarising the requirements for the recording and computerised evaluation of pharmaco-EEG and pharmaco-sleep studies in man. These guidelines provide clear and concise recommendations enabling the standardisation of both the experimental conditions and the data processing approaches, thereby promoting a framework aimed at facilitating the comparison of studies across laboratories, a crucial aspect especially in the context of drug development programmes. Ultimately, this standardisation will enable the pooling of data which is a requirement for sufficiently powering the validation of novel analytical algorithms and the detection of EEG-based biomarkers.

Pharmaco-EEG: Neuropsychobiology 2012;66:201-220

Pharmaco-Sleep: Neuropsychobiology 2013;67:127-167


Posted on 31 mrt 2013

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