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A technique in which an individual is taught to focus on an extraneous factor (e.g., music) rather than on the normal focus of attention; entraining has been used reduce the need for anaesthesia in patients undergoing surgical procedures, and has been shown to slow breathing and have a sedative effect.
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entrainingA technique for teaching Pts to focus on an extraneous factor–eg, music, rather than on a normal focus of attention. See Biofeedback.
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