How do anesthesiologists know that patients are actually unconscious while under general anesthesia? In this video, I explain what goes into assessing anesthetic depth and address the misconception that a patient who's moving is "awake."
0:00 Start 0:35 A familiar scenario 3:09 Levels of anesthesia 6:21 Components of general anesthesia 8:29 Movement =/= awake 13:37 Judging anesthetic depth 17:12 Bispectral index monitoring 21:19 Awareness with recall
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