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Professor Collaborates on Anesthetics Research

Professor Collaborates on Anesthetics Research

General anesthetics put patients “to sleep,” rendering them unconscious and immobile during a surgical procedure.  But understanding how they actually work in the brain can be as hazy as patients are when they wake up. “When anesthetics are at work, you have much less electrical activity going on in your brain,” says Grace Brannigan, an […]

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