Confirmatory tests

A recent review of the criteria for diagnosing brainstem death reiterated that confirmatory tests (e.g. imaging, electroencephalography, or evoked potentials) should not presently form part of the diagnostic requirements for brainstem death (Woi.king.Grgup...ro^ 1995 ). Similarly, in New York and most other states of the United States, clinical criteria are considered to be sufficient to diagnose brain death. Confirmatory tests are reserved for those cases in which there is uncertainty regarding the cause and the reversibility of the coma.

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