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Anaesthetical Monitoring of Hypnosis in Children (Abstract)

Cristian Tanase

“Grigore Alexandrescu” Emergency Children Hospital, Bucharest, Romania



The need to control the deepness of the anaesthesia becomes more and more important. The level of hypnosis given by volatile or intravenous anaesthetic agents can reach a dangerous point of too much central depression, or provoke awareness, that can be a source of unpleasant medical and legal consequences. EEG and derivates (bispectral index, entropy, spectral analysis) seem to offer feedback of the hypnotic agents’ action.


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