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Brain Monitor Eliminates Need for Routine Oxygen With Propofol - Friedberg's Triad Unveiled
Date:7/14/2009

Most healthy patients can safely breathe room air without supplemental oxygen when getting propofol sedation if they have brain monitoring, says Dr. Barry Friedberg, developer of PK anesthesia. The huge, 19-fold variation in propofol detox between patients is why most anesthesia providers routinely give oxygen. Twelve years experience with custom PK anesthesia using a brain monitor has eliminated routine oxygen administration in most healthy patients for intravenous (IV) sedation. Friedberg's Triad unveiled.

Corona del Mar, CA (PRWEB) July 14, 2009 -- Your cosmetic surgeon may not improve your looks to your liking, but your anesthesia provider could kill you as quickly as Michael Jackson died.

Most healthy patients can safely breathe room air without supplemental oxygen when getting propofol sedation if they have brain monitoring, says Dr. Barry Friedberg, developer of PK anesthesia.

The huge, 19-fold variation in propofol detox between patients is why most anesthesia providers routinely give oxygen. Twelve years experience with custom tailored PK anesthesia using a brain monitor has eliminated routine oxygen administration in most healthy patients for intravenous (IV) sedation.

Monitoring of traditional vital signs (i.e. EKG, blood pressure, heart rate, & oxygen status) is not enough to account for the huge variation in how different people detoxify (or metabolize) drugs like propofol. Brain monitoring fills that information gap, according to Aspect Medical Systems, Inc., makers of the BIS
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