Presentation on theme: "Dr. Jeffrey Elliot Field HBSc, D.D.S., Diplomat of the National dental Board of Anesthesia, Fellow of The American Dental Society of Anesthesia."— Presentation transcript:
Dr. Jeffrey Elliot Field HBSc, D.D.S., Diplomat of the National dental Board of Anesthesia, Fellow of The American Dental Society of Anesthesia
Wipe the forehead with alcohol and dry with gauze. Either side of the head can be used except in the case of stroke were you would use the unaffected side. Electrode # 1 is placed in the center of the forehead 1.5 inches above the bridge of the nose Next electrode # 4 is placed directly above the eyebrow Place electrode #3 on the temple between the outer canthus of the eye and the hairline Now electrode #2 will be in the proper position to be secured.
General anesthesia associated with no awareness under anesthesia occurs from BIS values of Deep Sedation occurs with BIS Values of In special needs patients work around for sedation.