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EEG-Anesthesia-Clinical-Decision-Making

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Published on Aug 28, 2016

Clinical decision making in anesthesia using the EEG

Table of Contents:

00:00 - Clinical Decision Making: Aided and Abetted by the EEG
00:18 - Acknowledgements
00:33 - Outline
00:52 - Conventional Waveform Nomenclature
02:41 - The Power Spectrogram – Visual Fourier Transform and Temporal Trend
04:34 - Depth of Anesthesia with Volatile Agent
06:10 -
07:18 - Ether = Theta
07:37 - Deeper = Delta
08:04 - Deepening Ether-Like Anesthesia
08:57 - Spindles and Delta
10:22 - Thalamic Gate
11:10 - EEG Interpretation and Clinical Decision Making
11:51 - The predominant EEG features in the following are
12:14 -
14:16 - The relationship between the BIS and the EEG is
14:29 - Based on the data available, I would
14:44 -
14:54 - The predominant EEG features are
14:55 -
15:09 - The predominant EEG features are
15:17 - The relationship between the BIS and the EEG is
15:19 - Based on the data available, I would
15:20 -
20:59 - Hans’ Clinical Decisions
22:26 -
53:36 - Quick Fire Questions
53:54 -
01:04:48 - Final Vignettes
01:04:57 -

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