Short-term effects of single-dose chloral hydrate on neonatal auditory perception: An auditory event-related potential study.

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Summary of "Short-term effects of single-dose chloral hydrate on neonatal auditory perception: An auditory event-related potential study."

To study the short-term effects of a single-dose chloral hydrate on neonatal auditory perception by measuring auditory event-related potentials (aERPs).


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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0212195


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