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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.
Apr 28, 2012
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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.
Dec 3, 2011
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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.
Jun 28, 2011
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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.
Jan 22, 2011
Axel Hutt added a discussion to the group Anaesthesia and Sleep
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Link between description levels

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 phenomenon.For instance, anaesthestics act on synaptic receptors and ion channels on a scale of tens of micrometers. The spatial distribution of these receptors is rather unknown. E.g. GABAergic receptors are major targets of anaesthetics and they are almost omnipresent in the brain. Since they occur in…See More
Dec 10, 2010
Axel Hutt replied to Markus A. Dahlem's discussion Clinical topics in Computational Neuroscience in the group Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS)
"Hi Markus, in my opinion it is difficult to join computational neuroscience (cns) with clinical applications since both domains involve, at a first glance, distinct level of descriptions. Most computational neuroscience studies deal with rather…"
Dec 10, 2010
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Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS)

The Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS) organizes the international Computational Neuroscience meeting (CNS) each year. CNS is a premier forum for experimental and theoretical results addressing computation in the brain.
Dec 10, 2010
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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.
Oct 29, 2010
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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.
Aug 23, 2010
Axel Hutt is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Aug 20, 2010

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
spatio-temporal activity of neural populations in anaesthesia, synchronization in experimental EEG and Local Field Potentials
Interests/keywords:
mathematical nonlinear analysis, detection of synchronization in multivariate time series
Current title/position:
Charge de Recherche Premiere Classe
Current affiliation/employer:
INRIA
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://www.loria.fr/~huttaxel/

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