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Author International Symposium on Memory and Awareness in Anaesthesia (4th : 1998 : Harrow, London, England)

Title Memory and awareness in anaesthesia IV : proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Memory and Awareness in Anaesthesia / editors ; C. Jordan, D.J.A. Vaughan, D.E.F. Newton
Published London : Imperial College Press ; River Edge, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific Pub. Co., ©2000


Description 1 online resource (xi, 368 pages) : illustrations
Contents Monitoring depth of anaesthesia. 1. Invited review: awareness during general anaesthesia -- what are we monitoring? / J.G. Jones -- 2. Facial electromyography using 'FACE': logic, neurophysiology and clinical utility / H.L. Bennett -- 3. Inside the Bispectral Index / I.J. Rampil -- 4. Detection and quantification of phasecoupling in anaesthesia-EEG by bicoherence spectral analysis / W. Nahm [and others] -- 5. The auditory evoked response during propofol sedation in volunteers / R.M. Sharpe [and others] -- 6. The effect of midazolam on the auditory evoked response / D.R. Wright [and others] -- 7. Detection of level of consciousness during propofol anaesthesia by rapidly extracted auditory evoked potentials / E.W. Jensen and H. Litvan -- 8. Quantitative EEG assessment of changes in the level of sedation/hypnosis during surgery under general anaesthesia / L.S. Prichep [and others] -- 9. The effect of propofol on the auditory evoked potential N1 and mismatch negativity: scope for monitoring depth of anaesthesia / T.P. Simpson [and others] -- 10. Automatic analysis of auditory evoked potentials by means of wavelet analysis / G. Stockmanns [and others] -- 11. The effect of tramadol on the auditory evoked response during light anaesthesia / D.J.A. Vaughan [and others] -- Learning and memory in anaesthesia. 12. Invited review: the contribution of surgery to learning and memory in anaesthesia / J. Andrade [and others] -- 13. Implicit memory during sevoflurane anaesthesia / M. Renna, E.M. Lang and G. Lockwood -- 14. Increased reading speed for stories played intraoperatively during balanced iv-anaesthesia / S. Münte [and others] -- 15. Effect of midazolam on memory for an aversive event: sedative, affective or mnemonic processes? / L. Pain, A. Launoy and P. Oberling -- 16. The effects of trauma on memory: implications for awareness under anaesthesia / B.A. van der Kolk and J.E. Osterman -- 17. Evaluation of word associations and the bispectral index monitor as indicators of implicit memory formation during general anaesthesia / T.L. Smith andJ. P. Maye -- 18. The role of auditory evoked potentials in evaluating implicit memory formation during the anaesthetised state / T.L. Smith [and others] -- Clinical measurement and brain function. 19. Invited review: mechanisms and sites of action of general anaesthetics / I.J. Rampil -- 20. Conscious sedation with propofol: preliminary observations using positron emission tomographic imaging / R.A Veselis [and others] -- 21. Psychological preparation for anaesthesia and the facial EMG: revealing physiological patterns / S.C. Freeman [and others] -- 22. Intraoperative bispectral index scores and implicit memory during cardiac surgery / J.C. Schwarzenberger [and others] -- 23. Evoked potentials to complex 'musical' tones and the importance of chronometry for consciousness and awareness / S.J. Jones
24. A randomised, double blind investigation of postoperative memory for information presented intraoperatively during total intravenous anaesthesia / I.F. Russell and M. Wang -- 25. Asymmetric dose-related effects of midazolam on regional cerebral blood flow / R.A Veselis [and others] -- 26. BIS-monitored depth of anaesthesia in laparoscopic tubal ligation / A. Vakkuri [and others] -- Awareness and psychological consequences of anaesthesia. 27. Invited review: the psychological consequences of awareness during surgery / M. Wang -- 28. Sleep quality following general anaesthesia and the use of patient controlled analgesia / B. Brandner [and others] -- 29. Awareness during cardiac anaesthesia: an audit / I. McLellan and C. Hind -- Abstracts. 30. Cortical electrical activity during anaesthesia and its influence on pain level after laparoscopic cholecystectomy / G.M. Gurman, I. Gruzman and A. Porath -- 31. Ocular microtremor: a tool for measuring depth of anaesthesia? / S. Bojanic, T.P. Simpson and C. Bolger -- 32. Comparison of the effects of propofol and midazolam on memory at two different sedation levels / A. de Roode [and others] -- 33. Auditory evoked responses and their relationships to learning and memory during anaesthesia / M.M. Ghoneim [and others] -- 34. Cross modal effects in a word completion task / E. Loveman -- 35. Emotional processing during general anaesthesia / C. Kerssens [and others] -- 36. Information processing during adequate general anaesthesia / C. Kerssens [and others] -- 37. The mid-latency auditory evoked response as an indicator of perceptual processing during general anaesthesia / J.C. van Hooff and N.A.M. de Beer -- 38. High incidence of conscious awareness as determined by the isolated forearm technique during induction of anaesthesia with etomidate and cisatracurium / B. Landsleitner, M. St. Pierre and H. Schwilden -- 39. Respiratory sinus arrhythmia as an index of anaesthetic depth: evidence from functional imaging studies / C.J.D. Pomfrett and M.T. Alkire -- 40. Toward the neuroanatomic basis of anaesthetic-induced amnesia: halothane-induced amnesia, unlike diazepam-induced amnesia, may not be reversed with bilateral lesioning of the basolateral amygdale / M.T. Alkire, B. Roozendaal and L. Cahill -- 41. Relating explicit and implicit memory to hypnotic state in trauma patients / G.H. Lubke [and others] -- 42. Bispectral index in relation to memory function during emergency caesarean sections / G.H. Lubke [and others] -- 43. Risk of awareness during cardiac anaesthesia is comparable to risk during general surgery procedures / S. O-V Ranta, P. Herranen and M. Hynynen -- 44. Psychological consequences of awareness during anaesthesia / J.E. Osterman [and others]
Summary Whilst the incidence of memory and awareness in anaesthesia appears not to be on the increase, the phenomenon is receiving growing attention from patients, anaesthetists, researchers and, of course, the media. This volume brings together recent advances in the wide-ranging area of research into this multi-faceted phenomenon. It is divided into four sections: monitoring depth of anaesthesia, learning and memory in anaesthesia, clinical measurement and brain function during anaesthesia, and awareness and psychological consequences of awareness during anaesthesia
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Print version record
Subject Awareness -- Congresses
Anesthesia -- Congresses
Memory -- Effect of drugs on -- Congresses
Anesthetics -- Psychotropic effects -- Congresses
Anesthesia, General
Awareness -- drug effects
Evoked Potentials, Auditory -- drug effects
memory (psychological concept)
MEDICAL -- Anesthesiology.
MEDICAL -- Nursing -- Anesthesia.
Memory -- Effect of drugs on
Genre/Form proceedings (reports)
Conference papers and proceedings
Conference papers and proceedings.
Actes de congrès.
Form Electronic book
Author Jordan, C. (Christopher), 1953-
Vaughan, D. J. A.
Newton, D. E. F.
ISBN 9781848160231