Anesthetic‐specific electroencephalographic patterns during emergence from sevoflurane and isoflurane in infants and children

@article{Lo2009AnestheticspecificEP,
  title={Anesthetic‐specific electroencephalographic patterns during emergence from sevoflurane and isoflurane in infants and children},
  author={Sansan S. Lo and J. Sobol and Navin A. Mallavaram and M. Carson and C. Chang and P. Grieve and R. Emerson and R. Stark and Lena S. Sun},
  journal={Pediatric Anesthesia},
  year={2009},
  volume={19}
}
Background:  Devices that monitor the depth of anesthesia are increasingly used to titrate sedation and avoid awareness during anesthesia. Many of these monitors are based upon electroencephalography (EEG) collected from large adult reference populations and not pediatric populations (Anesthesiology, 86, 1997, 836; Journal of Anaesthesia, 92, 2004, 393; Anesthesiology, 99, 2003, 34). We hypothesized that EEG patterns in children would be different from those previously reported in adults and… Expand
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