General anesthesia is a reversible drug-induced neurophysiological state comprised of unconsciousness, amnesia, analgesia, and immobility with maintenance of physiological stability. How anesthetic drugs create the state of general anesthesia is still not completely understood, but general anesthesia is essential for the safe and humane conduct of surgical ...
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In summary: Psychology Today doesn't really have any legitimacy to invalidate in the first place. It's just a collection of blogs without any peer review process.
Psychology Today is a popular science magazine, not a peer-reviewed publication. There are some good articles on ...
Turns out these pulses are due to software latency in the OpenBCI GUI. One particular widget, the headshot widget, uses a lot of the CPU causing packet delay, and leads to the pulse pattern. Once the headshot widget is turned off, then the pulse artifact disappears.
General anesthesia is a drug-induced reversible state defined by five end points:
Unconsciousness, lack of awareness of sensory input
Analgesia, lack of pain
Akinesia, lack of movement
Amnesia, lack of recall
Physiological stability, the preservation of normal levels of all vital physiological functions, such as respiration, heart rate, blood pressure, and ...