[EEG changes during propofol-alfentanil-nitrous oxide anesthesia].

@article{Arndt1995EEGCD,
  title={[EEG changes during propofol-alfentanil-nitrous oxide anesthesia].},
  author={Voler Arndt and Rainer Hofmockel and G. B{\'e}nad},
  journal={Anaesthesiologie und Reanimation},
  year={1995},
  volume={20 5},
  pages={126-33}
}
Blood pressure, heart rate and perspiration were and still are the only clinical signs for recognizing the depth of balanced anaesthesia in combination with muscle relaxants. Even experienced anaesthetists sometimes have difficulties in recognizing the necessary depth of anaesthesia using these parameters and in relatively rare cases the very unpleasant symptom of awareness occurs. Nowadays, processed EEG monitoring (pEEG) is used scientifically and also clinically for exact controlling of… CONTINUE READING