ST. LOUIS — Surgery patients who sometimes appear to be sedated but are awake for the procedures should be measured with a new brain wave-monitoring device because a common method used to prevent what's known as anesthesia awareness is not always effective, researchers in St. Louis said.
St. Louis researchers look at cheaper anesthesia awareness method
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