Overestimation of Bispectral Index
in sedated intensive care unit patients revealed by administration of muscle relaxant.
values were significantly correlated with GCS scores (Fig 1).
monitoring correlates with sedaton scales in brain injured patients.
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system: Electroencephalographic correlate in comatose patients with nonconvulsive status epilepticus," Seizure, vol.
values recorded at baseline and at 1 min after induction were similar in all three groups.
is still seldom used in cattle anesthesia, mainly due to the cost benefit of the device and the fact that few studies have been conducted in cattle.
Genty et al., "Titration of propofol for anesthetic induction and maintenance guided by the bispectral index
: closed-loop versus manual control: a prospective, randomized, multicenter study," The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, vol.
Valley Cottage, NY, March 19, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Brain monitoring systems are used to measure the electrical or neuronal activity of the brain for various reasons such as to calculate bispectral index
(depth of anesthesia); diagnosis and monitoring of neurological and brain disorders, sleep disorders, trauma injury; to monitor intracranial pressure and many other.
and middle latency auditory evoked potentials in children younger than two-years-old.
Commercially available devices, like Bispectral Index
(BIS), are extensively used to diagnose the depth of hypnosis for patients.
Sufentanil dosing was titrated to mean arterial pressure (MAP), heart rate (HR) and bispectral index
According to this theory, NMB agents suppress the bispectral index
(BIS) and cardiovascular responses to nociceptive stimulation (13,18).