Effect-site half-time for burst suppression is longer than for hypnosis during anaesthesia with sevoflurane.
- Published Article
British Journal of Anaesthesia
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2008
The different values of t(1/2)(ke0) for these effects suggest different sites or mechanisms of action. These results also establish values of t(1/2)(ke0) which can be used to provide the real-time estimates of effect-site sevoflurane concentration in clinical practice.
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