BIS monitor

BIS monitor

A device used to give warning that a patient under general anaesthesia might be in a state of awareness or feeling pain. The device is a single electrode ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM that performs bispectral analysis of the complex waveforms from the brain to produce an index of awareness on a scale in which 100 is full wakefulness.
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4,5,7,8) The BIS monitor recently has been validated for avian species.
The BIS monitor was not designed, nor has it been validated for detecting ischemic brain injury (5).
Myles and his colleagues, of the BIS monitor in high-risk patients.
The BIS XP technology will provide a number of enhancements for the A-2000(TM) BIS Monitor and BIS Modules to enable expanded performance capabilities for consciousness monitoring.
The recommendation specifies that the BIS monitor should be used with all patients receiving total intravenous anaesthesia and during any type of general anaesthesia with patients considered at high risk of adverse outcomes.
There are a total of seven brain function monitors on the market but about 90% of the available data are on the BIS monitor, said Dr.
This case study describes the use of the BIS monitor as an objective assessment tool in the actively dying patient.
The BIS monitor was covered with a cardboard square which only hid the number.
This article describes the BIS monitor and its use in the neurosurgical intensive care unit (ICU) patient population.
Package 6A sensor for measuring the depth of sleep BIS Quatro BIS monitor for adults.