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

esthesia at the beginning of surgery without hurting the patient, as well as when to add more local anesthesia during the surgery before the patient says 'Ouch,' " says Friedberg, a 12-year veteran of brain monitoring.

Friedberg's Triad is:

First, quantitate - measure the brain response to medication;

Second, preempt pain - use a dose of ketamine 3 minutes before painful stimulation, like injection of local anesthesia;

Third, non-emetogenic - don't give drugs that make patients sick to their stomach. Brain-monitored, propofol-based anesthesia is the ideal.

"Once patients understand what is in their best interest and they begin to ask for brain monitored PK anesthesia, greater safety will result," says Friedberg.

Disclaimer: Dr. Friedberg has no financial involvement with any maker of brain activity monitors.

About Goldilocks Anesthesia Foundation:

Goldilocks Anesthesia Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate Americans about the public health risk of anesthesia over medication and the value of brain activity monitors.

'Goldilocks anesthesia' is not 'too much' (or 'too little') but just the right amount. Too much is detrimental to the brain. The only way to get 'the right amount' is by measuring patient's brain responses with a brain monitor.

Goldilocks Anesthesia Foundation supports research demonstrating the negative effects of too much anesthesia.

For more information on avoiding anesthesia over medication that can lead to brain damage and death, please visit www.GoldilocksAnesthesiaFoundation.org.

Media contact:
Barry L. Friedberg
1-949-233-8845

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