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© 2021 the Alzheimer's AssociationThe Electrophysiology Professional Interest Area (EPIA) and Global Brain Consortium endorsed recommendations on candidate electroencephalography (EEG) measures for Alzheimer's disease (AD) clinical trials. The Panel reviewed the field literature. As most consistent findings, AD patients with mild cognitive impairment and dementia showed abnormalities in peak frequency, power, and “interrelatedness” at posterior alpha (8-12 Hz) and widespread delta (< 4 Hz) and theta (4-8 Hz) rhythms in relation to disease progression and interventions. The following consensus statements were subscribed: (1) Standardization of instructions to patients, resting state EEG (rsEEG) recording methods, and selection of artifact-free rsEEG periods are needed; (2) power density and “interrelatedness” rsEEG measures (e.g., directed transfer function, phase lag index, linear lagged connectivity, etc.) at delta, theta, and alpha frequency bands may be use for stratification of AD patients and monitoring of disease progression and intervention; and (3) international multisectoral initiatives are mandatory for regulatory purposes.
Author(s): Babiloni C, Arakaki X, Azami H, Bennys K, Blinowska K, Bonanni L, Bujan A, Carrillo MC, Cichocki A, de Frutos-Lucas J, Del Percio C, Dubois B, Edelmayer R, Egan G, Epelbaum S, Escudero J, Evans A, Farina F, Fargo K, Fernandez A, Ferri R, Frisoni G, Hampel H, Harrington MG, Jelic V, Jeong J, Jiang Y, Kaminski M, Kavcic V, Kilborn K, Kumar S, Lam A, Lim L, Lizio R, Lopez D, Lopez S, Lucey B, Maestu F, McGeown WJ, McKeith I, Moretti DV, Nobili F, Noce G, Olichney J, Onofrj M, Osorio R, Parra-Rodriguez M, Rajji T, Ritter P, Soricelli A, Stocchi F, Tarnanas I, Taylor JP, Teipel S, Tucci F, Valdes-Sosa M, Valdes-Sosa P, Weiergraber M, Yener G, Guntekin B
Publication type: Review
Publication status: Published
Journal: Alzheimer's and Dementia
Print publication date: 01/09/2021
Online publication date: 15/04/2021
Acceptance date: 01/01/2021
ISSN (print): 1552-5260
ISSN (electronic): 1552-5279
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc
PubMed id: 33860614