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Research Thesis Topic

Development of Depth of Anaesthesia Monitoring Techniques

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Development of Depth of Anaesthesia Monitoring Techniques


The use of clinical signs for assessing depth of anaesthesia (DoA), although universally employed, is notoriously unreliable. Changes in middle latency auditory evoked potentials have been shown to reflect reliably the level of anaesthesia with a wide range of anaesthesia drugs and to detect awareness.
This study is to develop a reliable method to evaluate the depth of anaesthesia to minimize the change of awareness and overdosing.

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Research Affiliations
  • School of Agricultural, Computational and Environmental Sciences

Field of Research
  • Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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