Electrical Monitoring of the Brain in Induced Hypotension an Introduction to the Session
The proportion of slow-wave activity in the EEG increases in profound hypotension and then burst suppression appears. The duration of the isoelectric periods increases in length and if the blood pressure (BP) is low enough, the record finally becomes isoelectric.
KeywordsIntracranial Aneurysm Conduction Time Burst Suppression Profound Hypotension Deliberate Hypotension
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