New monitor for anaesthetists from Drager
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new compact pEEG monitor has been developed by Drager (Germany) to measure depth of unconsciousness during anaesthesia. Neuro-electrical signals are measured via adhesive electrodes and diagnostic ECG data, including spectral edge and median frequencies, are calculated and displayed on a screen. This, says Drager, enables the anaesthetist to avert a patient's premature return to consciousness.
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