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Stimulators, Electrical, Brain, Anesthesia

Definition : Devices that apply stimuli (typically pulsed electric currents of 5 to 50 mA) to a patient's brain for several minutes to induce a state resembling that of chemically induced anesthesia. These stimulators usually include an electric-pulse generator with controls to vary pulse rate, pulse width, and voltage or current. The current is normally passed through the head between the frontal and occipital regions via large-area electrodes covered with saline-soaked gauze sponges.

Entry Terms : "Stimulators, Anesthesia" , "Stimulators, Electroanalgesic" , "Electrosleep Units" , "Narcoleptic Units" , "Electroanesthesia Units"

UMDC code : 11485

   

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Bell Medical

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Bio Electronics Pty Ltd

Bio Electronics Pty Ltd

Brudermueller GmbH

Brudermueller GmbH

Ectron Ltd

Ectron Ltd

Hitachi Medical Corp

Hitachi Medical Corp

Hitachi Medical Systems Europe Holdings AG

Hitachi Medical Systems Europe Holdings AG

Hitachi Medical Systems GmbH

Hitachi Medical Systems GmbH

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