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We investigated the effects of a low concentration of sevoflurane on a saccadic eye movement task that reflects the performance of higher neural decision and control mechanisms. The experiments were performed double-blind in five subjects, using either 0.15% end-tidal sevoflurane in oxygen, or pure oxygen as a placebo. Saccades were recorded and analysed(More)
For patients undergoing craniotomy, it is desirable to have stable and easily controllable hemodynamics during intense surgical stimulation. However, rapid postoperative recovery is essential to assess neurologic function. Remifentanil, an ultra-short-acting mu-opioid receptor agonist, may be the ideal agent to confer the above characteristics. In this(More)
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