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Home › Forums › MCQ 20b 11: Integrated Pharmacology for Anaesthesia & Perioperative Medicine › BT_GS 1.51
The EEG of a patient when anaesthetised has a smaller amplitude than when they are awake TRUE/FALSE
Anaesthesia with ketamine produces a different pattern of brain EEG compared to anaesthesia with volatile agents TRUE/FALSE
Administration of a muscle relaxant will reduce the BIS index if EMG is present TRUE/FALSE
The Entropy monitor measures the effect of anaesthetic drugs on the brain by calculating the randomness of the EEG TRUE/FALSE
Burst suppression becomes more pronounced with deeper levels of anaesthesia TRUE/FALSE
Phase coherence becomes more pronounced with deeper levels of anaesthesia TRUE/FALSE
Frowning will increase RE (response entropy) more than SE (state entropy) TRUE/FALSE
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