Paper of the Day: Impact of inhalational anesthetic agents on the baseline monitorability of motor evoked potentials during spine surgery: a review of 22,755 cervical and lumbar procedures.

Wilent WB, Tesdahl EA, Trott JT, Tassone S, Harrop JS, Klineberg EO, Sestokas AK. Impact of inhalational anesthetic agen…

Ready to Publish
Ready to Publish
Publish Date
Aug 31, 2022
Target
Long Form
Blog Design Task
Blog Ideas
Design
Drafted
Graphics
Graphics
Status
Published
Type
Guest Author
Wilent WB, Tesdahl EA, Trott JT, Tassone S, Harrop JS, Klineberg EO, Sestokas AK. Impact of inhalational anesthetic agents on the baseline monitorability of motor evoked potentials during spine surgery: a review of 22,755 cervical and lumbar procedures. Spine J. 2021 Nov;21(11):1839-1846. doi: 10.1016/j.spinee.2021.07.002
#ionm #neuromonitoring #neurophysiology #mep #motorevokedpotentials #nerveroot #spinalcord #tiva #anesthesia #cervical #lumbar #surgery
 
 
Faisal Jahangiri

President & CEO, Global Innervation LLC

    Sign up to receive Digital Health and Virtual Care content!