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Comparison between cerebral state index and bispectral index as measures of electroencephalographic effects of sevoflurane using combined sigmoidal E(max) model

 Dong Woo Han  ;  Olinto-Jose Linares-Perdomo  ;  Jong Seok Lee  ;  Jun Ho Kim  ;  Steven E Kern 
 ACTA PHARMACOLOGICA SINICA, Vol.32(10) : 1208-1214, 2011 
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Adult ; Aged ; Anesthesia* ; Anesthetics, Inhalation/pharmacology* ; Electroencephalography/drug effects* ; Female ; Humans ; Male ; Methyl Ethers/pharmacology* ; Middle Aged ; Models, Biological
general anesthesia ; bispectral index ; cerebral state index ; electroencephalogram ; pharmacodynamic modeling ; sevoflurane
AIM: The cerebral state index (CSI) was recently introduced as an electroencephalographic monitor for measuring the depth of anesthesia. We compared the performance of CSI to the bispectral index (BIS) as electroencephalographic measures of sevoflurane effect using two combined sigmoidal E(max) models. METHODS: Twenty adult patients scheduled for laparotomy were studied. After induction of general anesthesia, sevoflurane concentrations were progressively increased and then decreased over 70 min. An analysis of the BIS and CSI with the sevoflurane effect-site concentration was conducted using two combined sigmoidal E(max) models. RESULTS: The BIS and CSI decreased over the initial concentration range of sevoflurane and then reached a plateau in most patients. A further increase in sevoflurane concentration produced a secondary plateau in the pharmacodynamic response. The CSI was more strongly correlated with effect-site sevoflurane concentration (R(2)=0.95±0.04) than the BIS was (R(2)=0.87±0.07) (P<0.05). The individual E(max) and C(eff50) (effect-site concentration associated with 50% decrease from baseline to plateau) values for the upper and lower plateaus were significantly greater for BIS (12.7±7.3, 1.6±0.4, and 4.2±0.5, respectively) than for CSI (3.4±2.2, 1.2±0.4, and 3.8±0.5, respectively) (P<0.05). The remaining pharmacodynamic parameters for the BIS and CSI were similar. CONCLUSION: The overall performance of the BIS and CSI during sevoflurane anesthesia was similar despite major differences in their algorithms. However, the CSI was more consistent and more sensitive to changes in sevoflurane concentration, whereas the measured BIS seemed to respond faster. The newly developed combined E(max) model adequately described the clinical data, including the pharmacodynamic plateau.
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Lee, Jong Seok(이종석) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7945-2530
Han, Dong Woo(한동우) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8757-663X
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