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2023, 10th International BCI meeting - Abstract book, Pages -

Detecting fluctuation of responsiveness in Minimally Conscious State patients (04d Abstract in atti di convegno)

Riccio Angela, Caracci Valentina, Quattrociocchi Ilaria, Galiotta Valentina, Aricò Pietro, DI FLUMERI Gianluca, Toppi Jlenia, D’Ippolito Mariagrazia, Formisano Rita, Cincotti Febo, Mattia Donatella

Minimally Conscious State (MCS) is a disorder of Consciousness (DOC) showing a within/between subject (spontaneous) variability of clinical signs of responsiveness. Such fluctuations in responsiveness could prevent patients to access the Brain Computer Interface (BCI) to interact with the environment. MCS patients, indeed, could show time windows of responsiveness in which they can potentially communicate (Windows of responsiveness; WoR) and time windows in which they cannot. The objective of this study is to describe the fluctuation of responsiveness by identifying the neurophysiological response (presence/absence of WoR) to an oddball and a motor task within a continuous EEG monitoring
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