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Cognitive Impairment after Neuroleptanalgesia in Cataract Surgery
This study was undertaken to evaluate the mental recozley of patients following cataract operations under neuroleptanalgesia. Mental function was assessed by Mini-Mental State (MMS) preoperativelyExpand
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Novel Hybrid Bioelectrodes for Ambulatory Zero-Prep EEG Measurements Using Multi-channel Wireless EEG System
This paper describes a wireless multi-channel system for zero-prep electroencephalogram (EEG) measurements in operational settings. Expand
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The treatment of postanaesthetic shivering: a double blind comparison between alfentanil and pethidine
It has been postulated that pethidine may mediate its effects on postanaesthetic shivering (PAS) via kappa‐opioid receptors. However, clinical evidence indicates that alfentanil, a pure ma‐agonist,Expand
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QUASAR's QStates cognitive gauge performance in the cognitive state assessment competition 2011
  • N. McDonald, W. Soussou
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Annual International Conference of the IEEE…
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The Cognitive State Assessment Competition 2011 was organized by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to compare the performance of real-time cognitive state classification software. Expand
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Experimental Design and Testing of a Multimodal Cognitive Overload Classifier
We report the results of an experiment designed to construct and test a robust multimodal system for automatic classification of cognitive overload. Expand
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Decrease in bispectral index preceding intraoperative hemodynamic crisis: evidence of acute alteration of propofol pharmacokinetics.
THE bispectral index (BIS®, Aspect Medical Systems Inc., Newton, MA) is a processed electroencephalographic variable which correlates with depth of hypnosis in adult patients during generalExpand
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Anticholinergic therapy for chronic asthma in children over two years of age.
BACKGROUND In the intrinsic system of controlling airway calibre, the cholinergic (muscarinic) sympathetic nervous system has an important role. Anticholinergic, anti muscarinic bronchodilators suchExpand
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Novel Hybrid Sensors for Unobtrusive Recording of Human Biopotentials
Practical sensing of biopotentials such as EEG or ECG in operational settings has been severely limited by the need for skin preparation and conductive electrolytes at the skin-sensor interface.Expand
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Use of the oxygen cost of breathing as an index of weaning ability from mechanical ventilation
AbstractThe oxygen cost of breathing (which is the difference in oxygen consumption measured during controlled ventilation and again during spontaneous ventilation) was measured in 30 patientsExpand
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Evaluation of Dry Sensors for Neonatal EEG Recordings
Purpose: Neonatal seizures are a common neurologic diagnosis in neonatal intensive care units, occurring in approximately 14,000 newborns annually in the United States. Although the only reliableExpand
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