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The P3a Wave of the Auditory Event-related Potential Reveals Registration of Pitch Change during Sufentanil Anesthesia for Cardiac Surgery
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Gilles Plourde, M.D., M.Sc.
    *
  • Denise Joffe, M.D.
  • Chantal Villemure, B.Sc.
  • Michel Trahan, B.Sc.
    §
  • * Assistant Professor.
  • Chief Resident.
  • Graduate Student, Biomedical Science Department, Universite de Montreal.
  • § Research Assistant.
  • Received from the Departments of Anaesthesia, McGill University and Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Accepted for publication November 20, 1992. Supported by a clinical scholarship from the “Fonds de la recherche en sante du Quebec” to G. Plourde and by grants to G. Plourde from the Sheridan Fund of the Canadian Anaesthetists' Society, Toronto, Canada, and from the Royal Victoria Hospital Research Institute, Montreal, Canada. Presented in part at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, San Francisco, California, October 26–30, 1991 and the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Anaesthetists' Society, Quebec, Canada, June 21–25, 1991.
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Education
Education   |   March 1993
The P3a Wave of the Auditory Event-related Potential Reveals Registration of Pitch Change during Sufentanil Anesthesia for Cardiac Surgery
Anesthesiology 3 1993, Vol.78, 498-509. doi:
Anesthesiology 3 1993, Vol.78, 498-509. doi:
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