G Korsch

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OBJECTIVE In this article unexpected EEG findings are described which were observed during EEG monitoring under sevoflurane anesthesia. METHOD In seven non-epileptic adult patients sevoflurane was administered as inhalation anesthetic during routinely performed surgical operations. The EEG was recorded continuously as part of the standard monitoring(More)
Two case reports of nonepileptic children are presented, who developed paroxysmal EEG potentials in routinely performed EEG recordings during inhalation of sevoflurane, 7 and 8% by volume respectively. Taking into account several reports from the literature about epileptiform potentials or convulsive movements under similar conditions, it seems to be(More)
In a 62-year-old female patient without a history of epileptic seizures EEG monitoring (EEG monitor: Narcotrend) was routinely performed during propofol/remifentanil and during sevoflurane/remifentanil/nitrous oxide anaesthesia. In the first course of anaesthesia after a bolus of propofol 1% a continuous EEG slowing was followed by a burst suppression(More)
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