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Methods of monitoring depth of anaesthesia

Created: 13/7/2005
Updated: 4/1/2007
1. Clinical signs

2. Isolated forearm technique

3. Lower oesophageal contractility

4. Heart rate variability (HRV)

5. Frontalis (scalp) electromyogram (EMG)

6. EEG

7. Cerebral function monitor (CFM)

8. Cerebral function analysis monitor (CFAM)

9. Evoked potentials

10. Visual evoked potentials

11. Auditory evoked potentials

12. Frequency domain analysis

13. Compressed spectral array

14. Bispectral analysis

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