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Basic Patient Monitoring For Anesthesia BIS Monitors. Dr. Jeffrey Elliot Field HBSc , D.D.S. , Diplomat of the National dental Board of Anesthesia, Fellow of The American Dental Society of Anesthesia. Bispectral Index (BIS Monitors). Proper Electrode Placement.

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basic patient monitoring for anesthesia bis monitors

Basic Patient Monitoring For AnesthesiaBIS Monitors

Dr. Jeffrey Elliot Field

HBSc, D.D.S. , Diplomat of the National dental Board of Anesthesia,

Fellow of The American Dental Society of Anesthesia

proper electrode placement
Proper Electrode Placement
  • Wipe the forehead with alcohol and dry with gauze.
  • Either side of the head can be used except in the case of stroke were you would use the unaffected side.
  • Electrode # 1 is placed in the center of the forehead 1.5 inches above the bridge of the nose
  • Next electrode # 4 is placed directly above the eyebrow
  • Place electrode #3 on the temple between the outer canthus of the eye and the hairline
  • Now electrode #2 will be in the proper position to be secured.
values for bis monitoring
Values for BIS Monitoring
  • General anesthesia associated with no awareness under anesthesia occurs from BIS values of 40-60.
  • Deep Sedation occurs with BIS Values of 60-80
  • In special needs patients work around 80-90 for sedation.
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