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Spurious electroencephalographic activity due to pulsation artifact in the depth of anesthesia monitor
JA Clinical Reports
Background The depth of anesthesia (DOA) is estimated based on the anesthesia-induced electroencephalogram (EEG) changes. However, the surgical environment, as well as the patient him/herself, generates electrical interferences that cause EEG waveform distortion. Case presentation A 52-year-old patient required general anesthesia due to the right femur necrotizing fasciitis. He had no history of epilepsy or head injury. His cardiovascular status was stable without arrhythmia under propofol anddoi:10.1186/s40981-021-00441-z pmid:33866446 fatcat:3t4rwolidjebhf5amdskjrp6xu