Neuromonitoring in the operating room: why, when, and how to monitor?

@article{Gurit1998NeuromonitoringIT,
  title={Neuromonitoring in the operating room: why, when, and how to monitor?},
  author={J. M. Gu{\'e}rit},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={106 1},
  pages={
          1-21
        }
}
This review considers the main principles and indications of EEG and evoked potential (EP) neuromonitoring in the operating room. Neuromonitoring has a threefold purpose: to warn the surgeon that he has to adjust his strategy, to confirm his decision, and to help him improve subsequent procedures. The pathophysiology of intraoperative events liable to alter the EEG or the EPs is first considered. The usefulness of neuromonitoring in preventing neurological complication relies on its ability to… CONTINUE READING
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