Anaesthesia and Sleep


Anaesthesia and Sleep

In both anaesthesia and sleep, the subject loses consciousness. However, there are also several differences between them, e.g. a sleeper can be woken up by external stimuli in contrast to an a subject under general anaesthesia.

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Just some thoughts about the modeling of anaesthesia and sleep. Both are rather global phenomena with (probably) microscopic neural origins. Hence there is a vast bridge between origin and…Continue

Started by Axel Hutt Dec 10, 2010.

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