Spectral entropy monitoring is associated with reduced propofol use and faster emergence in propofol-nitrous oxide-alfentanil anesthesia.

@article{Vakkuri2005SpectralEM,
  title={Spectral entropy monitoring is associated with reduced propofol use and faster emergence in propofol-nitrous oxide-alfentanil anesthesia.},
  author={Anne P Vakkuri and Arvi M. Yli-Hankala and Rolf Stefan Sandin and Seppo Mustola and Siv Cathrine H{\o}ymork and Stina Nyblom and Pia Talja and Timothy J Sampson and Mark van Gils and Hanna Vierti{\"o}-Oja},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={103 2},
  pages={
          274-9
        }
}
BACKGROUND This multicenter study evaluated the effect of a new depth of anesthesia-monitoring device based on time-frequency-balanced spectral entropy of electroencephalogram monitoring (GE Healthcare Finland, Helsinki, Finland) on consumption of anesthetic drugs and recovery times after anesthesia. METHODS The study was a prospective, randomized, single-blind study performed in six hospitals in Finland, Sweden, and Norway. After institutional review board approval and written informed… CONTINUE READING
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