Electroencephalogram-based anaesthetic depth monitoring in laboratory animals.

  title={Electroencephalogram-based anaesthetic depth monitoring in laboratory animals.},
  author={Aura Silva and Luis Caetano Martha Antunes},
  journal={Laboratory animals},
  volume={46 2},
Objective measurements of physiological parameters controlled by the autonomic nervous system such as blood pressure, heart rate and respiration are easily obtained nowadays during anaesthesia by the use of monitors: oscillometers, pulseoximeters, electrocardiograms and capnographs are available for laboratory animals. However, the effect-site of hypnotic drugs that cause general anaesthesia is the central nervous system (the brain). In the present, the adjustment of hypnotic drugs in… CONTINUE READING
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