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>Revistas >MediSan >Año 2016, No. 06


Salgado CA, Montoya PA
Técnicas para el monitoreo de los niveles de profundidad anestésica
MediSan 2016; 20 (06)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 35
Paginas: 868-881
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RESUMEN

Se presentan aspectos esenciales del proceso de clasificación de los niveles de profundidad anestésica mediante señales electroencefalográficas. Se fundamenta el mencionado proceso desde un estudio exhaustivo que permitió precisar sus principales referentes. Finalmente, se realiza una caracterización de su estado actual, teniendo en cuenta los principales índices de profundidad anestésica y tipos de monitores comercializados.


Palabras clave: anestesia, nivel de profundidad anestésica, monitor de anestesia, escalas clínicas de profundidad anestésica.


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