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Pediatric anesthesia monitoring with the help of EEG and ECG.

Abstract : This paper presents research regarding the monitoring of the brain and the adequacy of anesthesia during surgery. Particular variables are derived from EEG and ECG signals and are correlated to anesthetic gas (sevoflurane) concentration, in pediatric anesthesia. The methods used for parameter extraction are based on change detection theory and time-frequency representation. Preliminary results show that the expired anesthetic gas concentration modulates both the heart rate variability and the duration of the burst suppression. Monitors of the central nervous system and autonomic nervous system activities can be expected to be based on these variables.
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Lotfi Senhadji, Guy Carrault, Hervé Gauvrit, Eric Wodey, Patrick Pladys, et al.. Pediatric anesthesia monitoring with the help of EEG and ECG.. Acta Biotheor, 2000, 48 (3-4), pp.289-302. ⟨10.1023/A:1010233615281⟩. ⟨inserm-00134400⟩

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