Monitoring the Depth of Anesthesia through the Use of Cerebral Hemodynamic Measurements Based on Sample Entropy Algorithm.

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Summary of "Monitoring the Depth of Anesthesia through the Use of Cerebral Hemodynamic Measurements Based on Sample Entropy Algorithm."

The aim of this study is to explore the relationship between the depth of anesthesia and the cerebral hemodynamic variables during the complete anesthesia process.


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Name: IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering
ISSN: 1558-2531


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