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    1. Iohom, G; Collins, L; Murphy, A; Awad, I; O'Connor, G; McCarthy, N; Shorten, G
      Postoperative changes in visual evoked potentials and cognitive function tests following sevoflurane anaesthesia

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    2. Tohdoh, Y; Sumita, S; Kawamata, T; Omote, K; Kawana, S; Namiki, A
      Acute respiratory and metabolic acidosis induced by excessive muscle contraction during spinal evoked stimulation

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    3. da Costa, VV; Saraiva, RA; de Almeida, AC; Rodrigues, MR; Nunes, LGN; Ferreira, JCD
      The effect of nitrous oxide on the inhibition of somatosensory evoked potentials by sevoflurane in children

      ANAESTHESIA
    4. Kumar, A; Bhattacharya, A; Makhija, N
      Evoked potential monitoring in anaesthesia and analgesia

      ANAESTHESIA
    5. Thornton, C; Lucas, MA; Newton, DEF; Dore, CJ; Jones, RM
      Effects of dexmedetomidine on isoflurane requirements in healthy volunteers. 2: Auditory and somatosensory evoked responses

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    6. Kenny, GNC; Mantzaridis, H
      Closed-loop control of propofol anaesthesia

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    7. Shinner, G; Sharpe, RM; Thornton, C; Dore, CJ; Brunner, MD
      Effect of bolus doses of alfentanil on the arousal response to intubation,as assessed by the auditory evoked response

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    8. Gajraj, RJ; Doi, M; Mantzaridis, H; Kenny, GNC
      Comparison of bispectral EEG analysis and auditory evoked potentials for monitoring depth of anaesthesia during propofol anaesthesia

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    9. Brunner, MD; Umo-Etuk, J; Sharpe, RM; Thornton, C
      Effect of a bolus dose of midazolam on the auditory evoked response in humans

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    10. van Dongen, EP; ter Beek, HT; Schepens, MA; Morshuis, WJ; de Boer, A; Aarts, LP; Boezeman, EH
      Effect of nitrous oxide on myogenic motor potentials evoked by a six pulsetrain of transcranial electrical stimuli: a possible monitor for aortic surgery

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    11. White, M; Schenkels, MJ; Engbers, FHM; Vletter, A; Burm, AGL; Bovill, JG; Kenny, GNC
      Effect-site modelling of propofol using auditory evoked potentials

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    12. UTSUMI J; ADACHI T; KURATA J; MIYAZAKI Y; SHIBATA M; MURAKAWA M; ARAI T; MORI K
      EFFECT OF XENON ON CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY DURING SEVOFLURANE ANESTHESIA IN CATS - COMPARISON WITH NITROUS-OXIDE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    13. GAJRAJ RJ; DOI M; MANTZARIDIS H; KENNY GNC
      ANALYSIS OF THE EEG BISPECTRUM, AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AND THE EEG POWER SPECTRUM DURING REPEATED TRANSITIONS FROM CONSCIOUSNESS TO UNCONSCIOUSNESS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    14. SEAL D; BALATON J; COUPLAND SG; EAGLE CJ; MACADAMS C; KOWALEWSKI R; BHARADWAJ B
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL MONITORING DURING CARDIAC-SURGERY - ANEXAMINATION OF BRACHIAL-PLEXUS DYSFUNCTION

      Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia
    15. SCHNEIDER G; SEBEL PS
      MONITORING DEPTH OF ANESTHESIA

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    16. UBAGS LH; KALKMAN CJ; HARRIS DNF; DRUMMOND JC
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF NITROUS-OXIDE AND PROPOFOL ON MYOGENIC TRANSCRANIAL MOTOR EVOKED-RESPONSES DURING SUFENTANIL ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    17. SCHWENDER D; DAUNDERER M; SCHNATMANN N; KLASING S; FINSTERER U; PETER K
      MIDLATENCY AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AND MOTOR SIGNS OF WAKEFULNESS DURING ANESTHESIA WITH MIDAZOLAM

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    18. PLOURDE G; BARIBEAU J; BONHOMME V
      KETAMINE INCREASES THE AMPLITUDE OF THE 40-HZ AUDITORY STEADY-STATE RESPONSE IN HUMANS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    19. DOI M; GAJRAJ RJ; MANTZARIDIS H; KENNY GNC
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CALCULATED BLOOD-CONCENTRATION OF PROPOFOL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES DURING EMERGENCE FROM ANESTHESIA - COMPARISON OF BISPECTRAL INDEX, SPECTRAL EDGE FREQUENCY, MEDIAN FREQUENCY AND AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL INDEX

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    20. LEDSOME JR; COLE C; SHARPKEHL JM
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS DURING HYPOXIA AND HYPOCAPNIA IN CONSCIOUS HUMANS

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    21. LORENZINI NA; POTERACK KA
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS ARE NOT A SENSITIVE INDICATOR OF POTENTIAL POSITIONING INJURY IN THE PRONE PATIENT

      Journal of clinical monitoring
    22. SINDOU M; FISCHER C; DERRAZ S; KERAVEL Y; PALFI S
      MICROSURGICAL VASCULAR DECOMPRESSION FOR HEMIFACIAL SPASM - A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF A 65 PATIENT SERIES AND LITERATURE-REVIEW

      Neuro-chirurgie
    23. TOOLEY MA; GREENSLADE GL; PRYSROBERTS C
      CONCENTRATION-RELATED EFFECTS OF PROPOFOL ON THE AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    24. DZOLJIC M; ERDMANN W; DZOLJIC MR
      VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS AND NITROUS OXIDE-INDUCED NEURONAL DEPRESSION - ROLE FOR BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTORS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    25. CRABB I; THORNTON C; KONIECZKO KM; CHAN A; AQUILINA R; FRAZER N; DORE CJ; NEWTON DEF
      REMIFENTANIL REDUCES AUDITORY AND SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED RESPONSES DURING ISOFLURANE ANESTHESIA IN A DOSE-DEPENDENT MANNER

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    26. WATT JWH; FRASER MH; SONI BM; SETT PK; CLAY R
      TOTAL IV ANESTHESIA FOR TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC EVOKED-POTENTIAL SPINAL-CORD MONITORING

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    27. DEBEER NAM; VANHOOFF JC; CLUITMANS PJM; KORSTEN HHM; GROULS RJE
      HEMODYNAMIC-RESPONSES TO INCISION AND STERNOTOMY IN RELATION TO THE AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL AND SPONTANEOUS EEG

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    28. RICHMOND CE; MATSON A; THORNTON C; DORE CJ; NEWTON DEF
      EFFECT OF NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCK ON DEPTH OF ANESTHESIA AS MEASURED BY THE AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    29. DENDA S; SHIMOJI K; TOMITA M; BABA H; YAMAKURA T; MASAKI H; ENDOH H; FUKUDA S
      CENTRAL NUCLEI AND SPINAL PATHWAYS IN FEEDBACK INHIBITORY SPINAL-CORDPOTENTIALS IN KETAMINE-ANESTHETIZED RATS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    30. BRUNNER MD; NATHWANI D; RICH PA; THORNTON C; DORE CJ; NEWTON DEF
      EFFECT OF SUXAMETHONIUM ON THE AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSE IN HUMANS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    31. ROTH D; PETERSENFELIX S; BAK P; ARENDTNIELSEN L; FISCHER M; BJERRING P; ZBINDEN AM
      ANALGESIC EFFECT IN HUMANS OF SUBANAESTHETIC ISOFLURANE CONCENTRATIONS EVALUATED BY EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    32. KAWAGUCHI M; SHIMIZU K; FURUYA H; SAKAMOTO T; OHNISHI H; KARASAWA J
      EFFECT OF ISOFLURANE ON MOTOR-EVOKED POTENTIALS INDUCED BY DIRECT ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE EXPOSED MOTOR CORTEX WITH SINGLE, DOUBLE, AND TRIPLE STIMULI IN RATS

      Anesthesiology
    33. SCHWENDER D; DAUNDERER M; KLASING S; CONZEN P; FINSTERER U; PETER K
      INTRAOPERATIVE AWARENESS AND AUDITORY-EVO KED POTENTIALS

      Anasthesist
    34. HEIER T; STEEN PA
      AWARENESS IN ANESTHESIA - INCIDENCE, CONSEQUENCES AND PREVENTION

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    35. HEIER T; STEEN PA
      ASSESSMENT OF ANESTHESIA DEPTH

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    36. RUNDSHAGEN I; KOCHS E; ESCH JSA
      SURGICAL STIMULATION INCREASES MEDIAN NERVE SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED RESPONSES DURING ISOFLURANE NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    37. OKELLY SW; SMITH DC; PILKINGTON SN
      THE AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL AND PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    38. HETT DA; SMITH DC; PILKINGTON SN; ABBOTT TR
      EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS ON THE AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    39. REINSEL RA; VESELIS RA; WRONSKI M; MARINO P
      THE P300 EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL DURING PROPOFOL SEDATION - A POSSIBLE MARKER FOR AMNESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    40. PILKINGTON SN; HETT DA; PIERCE JMT; SMITH DC
      AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES AND NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY DURING CARDIAC-ARREST

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    41. SCHWENTKER MC; RUSSELL GB; RODICHOK LD; SEGAL LS; SCHWENTKER EP; BLACKBURN TW
      MYOGENIC RESPONSE DISTORTION OF NEUROGENIC MOTOR EVOKED-POTENTIAL MORPHOLOGY

      Anesthesiology
    42. CHEUNG AT; SAVINO JS; WEISS SJ; PATTERSON T; RICHARDS RM; GARDNER TJ; STECKER MM
      DETECTION OF ACUTE EMBOLIC STROKE DURING MITRAL-VALVE REPLACEMENT USING SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL MONITORING

      Anesthesiology
    43. THIEL A; ZICKMANN B; STERTMANN WA; WYDERKA T; HEMPELMANN G
      CEREBROVASCULAR CARBON-DIOXIDE REACTIVITY IN CAROTID-ARTERY DISEASE -RELATION TO INTRAOPERATIVE CEREBRAL MONITORING RESULTS IN 100 CAROTIDENDARTERECTOMIES

      Anesthesiology
    44. ANDREWS PJD; ACKERMAN WE; JUNEJA MJ; VOGEL R
      FACIAL SENSORY EVOKED MUSCLE POTENTIALS DURING LABOR - A CONTINUOUS OBJECTIVE MONITOR OF ADEQUACY OF ANALGESIA

      Anaesthesia
    45. LAM AM; SHARAR SR; MAYBERG TS; ENG CC
      ISOFLURANE COMPARED WITH NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA FOR INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    46. MANNINEN PH; PATTERSON S; LAM AM; GELB AW; NANTAU WE
      EVOKED-POTENTIAL MONITORING DURING POSTERIOR-FOSSA ANEURYSM SURGERY -A COMPARISON OF 2 MODALITIES

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    47. SLOAN TB
      NONDEPOLARIZING NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKADE DOES NOT ALTER SENSORY EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Journal of clinical monitoring
    48. HAUPT WF; ERASMIKORBER H; LANFERMANN H
      INTRAOPERATIVE RECORDING OF PARIETAL SEP CAN MISS HEMODYNAMIC INFARCTION DURING CAROTID ENDARTERECTOMY - A CASE-STUDY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    49. YLIHANKALA A; EDMONDS HL; HEINE MF; STRICKLAND T; TSUEDA K
      AUDITORY STEADY-STATE RESPONSE, UPPER FACIAL EMG, EEG AND HEART-RATE AS PREDICTORS OF MOVEMENT DURING ISOFLURANE NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    50. LOUGHNAN BA; MCHALE SP; WELSH KR; HALL GM
      ETIDOCAINE AND EXTRADURAL SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AFTER POSTERIOR TIBIAL NERVE-STIMULATION

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    51. HETT DA; SMITH DC; PILKINGTON SN; ABBOTT TR
      EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON THE AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    52. SCHWENDER D; KAISER A; KLASING S; PETER K; POPPEL E
      MIDLATENCY AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS AND EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT MEMORY IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CARDIAC-SURGERY

      Anesthesiology
    53. LINSTEDT U; MAIER C; JOEHNK H; STEPHANI U
      THREATENING SPINAL-CORD COMPRESSION DURING ANESTHESIA IN A CHILD WITHMUCOPOLYSACCHARIDOSIS-VI

      Anesthesiology
    54. GRABITZ K; FREYE E; STUHMEIER K; SANDMANN W
      SPINAL EVOKED-POTENTIAL IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING THORACOABDOMINAL AORTIC RECONSTRUCTION - A PROGNOSTIC INDICATOR OF POSTOPERATIVE MOTOR DEFICIT

      Journal of clinical monitoring
    55. GRABITZ K; FREYE E; SANDMANN W
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL, A PROGNOSTIC TOOL FOR THE RECOVERY OFMOTOR FUNCTION FOLLOWING MALPERFUSION OF THE SPINAL-CORD - STUDIES INDOGS

      Journal of clinical monitoring
    56. HYMAN SA; KING PH; XU J
      AUTOMATED EVOKED-POTENTIAL MONITORING

      International journal of clinical monitoring and computing
    57. STUHMEIER KD; GRABITZ K; MAINZER B; SANDMANN W; TARNOW J
      USE OF THE ELECTROSPINOGRAM FOR PREDICTING HARMFUL SPINAL-CORD ISCHEMIA DURING REPAIR OF THORACIC OR THORACOABDOMINAL AORTIC-ANEURYSMS

      Anesthesiology
    58. SLOAN TB; ERIAN R
      EFFECT OF VECURONIUM-INDUCED NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKADE ON CORTICAL MOTOREVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Anesthesiology
    59. KALKMAN CJ; DRUMMOND JC; RIBBERINK AA; PATEL PM; SANO T; BICKFORD RG
      EFFECTS OF PROPOFOL, ETOMIDATE, MIDAZOLAM, AND FENTANYL ON MOTOR EVOKED-RESPONSES TO TRANSCRANIAL ELECTRICAL OR MAGNETIC STIMULATION IN HUMANS

      Anesthesiology


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