[Evoked potentials and intravenous anesthetics].


In contrast to the electroencephalogram, which is a collection of the spontaneous brain electrical potentials generated by the cerebral cortex, evoked potentials are the electrical signals generated by the nervous system in response to brief extrinsic sensory stimuli. They can be used to establish objective evidence of an abnormality when clinical signs and… (More)


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