W Golling

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During general anaesthesia, midlatency auditory evoked potentials are suppressed in a dose dependent manner by a number of general anaesthetics. The activating effects of surgical stimuli on midlatency auditory evoked potentials have been demonstrated during light inhalational anaesthesia, and indicate that midlatency auditory evoked potentials reflect the(More)
There is a high incidence of intraoperative awareness during cardiac surgery. Mid-latency auditory evoked potentials (MLAEP) reflect the primary cortical processing of auditory stimuli. In the present study, we investigated MLAEP and explicit and implicit memory for information presented during cardiac anaesthesia. PATIENTS AND METHODS. Institutional(More)
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