Changes in recording electrode impedance during anaesthesia have no effect on evoked electromyographic responses.

Abstract

Changes in electrical impedance at the recording electrodes have been blamed for the failure of evoked electromyographic responses to return to baseline during the offset of neuromuscular block, but a relationship between electrode impedance and electromyographic responses has never been shown. In 50 fit adults, the resistive and capacitive (reactive… (More)

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@article{Smith1993ChangesIR, title={Changes in recording electrode impedance during anaesthesia have no effect on evoked electromyographic responses.}, author={Dr. Christopher A. Smith}, journal={European journal of anaesthesiology}, year={1993}, volume={10 5}, pages={371-4} }