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Anesthesia & Analgesia: ”Depth of Anesthesia and Nociception Monitoring: Current State and Vision For 2050.”

UNDERSTAND THE UPSWING IN NEW MONITORING STRATEGIES IN ANESTHESIA

Anesthesia & Analgesia – the Journal of the International Anesthesia Research Society – has published an important article outlining the essential function of anesthesia and nociception monitoring in personalized anesthesia:
Depth of Anesthesia and Nociception Monitoring: Current State and Vision For 2050

“These monitors and their related indexes will also allow researchers to precisely study the real impact of anesthetic or analgesic drugs to block the transmission of noxious stimuli to allow for an optimal balance between nociception and antinociception.”

Authored by a forward-thinking team of anesthesiologists, this review article helps us understand the key role of NOL monitoring in anesthesia practice in the coming years.

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Laferrière-Langlois, Pascal MD, MSc, FRCPC*,†; Morisson, Louis MD, MSc, DESAR†; Jeffries, Sean MSc‡; Duclos, Catherine PhD†; Espitalier, Fabien MD, PhD, DESAR§; Richebé, Philippe MD, PhD, DESAR*,†. Depth of Anesthesia and Nociception Monitoring: Current State and Vision For 2050. Anesthesia & Analgesia 138(2):p 295-307, February 2024. | DOI: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000006860

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