M A Tooley

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This paper describes a non-invasive quantitative method for the diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders using surface EMG (sEMG). We found sEMG to be a reliable method that can be used to differentiate neuropathic and myopathic patients from the normal subjects. The multivariate discriminant analysis of sEMG data assisted in separating myopathic from(More)
We have studied the effects of propofol, as the sole agent, at blood concentrations of 1-10 micrograms ml-1, on the first 100 ms of the auditory evoked response (AER) in 41 women before gynaecological surgery. AER were recorded with the patients awake and then after 30 min of one of seven stepped infusion regimens. Each patient was studied at only one blood(More)
The coherent frequency (CF) of the auditory evoked response (AER) is derived using auditory clicks presented at frequencies in the range 5-47 Hz. CF and psychological performance were measured while seven subjects breathed isoflurane in doses increasing from 0% to 0.2%, 0.4% and 0.8% end-tidal concentration and then decreasing to 0%. With increasing doses(More)
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