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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Sleep and anesthesia.
New York : Springer, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||1 online resource (xv, 258 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||* Foreword: Computing the mind by Anthony Hudetz Preface by Axel Hutt 1. Sleep and Anesthesia: A Consideration of States, Traits, and Mechanisms by G. Mashour, University of Michigan 2. Modelling sleep and general anaesthesia by J. Sleigh, University of Auckland Section 1: Sleep ------------- 3. Quantitative Modeling of Sleep Dynamics by P. Robinson, University of Sydney 4. The fine structure of slow-wave sleep oscillations: from single neurons to large networks by A. Destexhe, CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette Paris 5. A population network model of neuronal and neurotransmitter interactions regulating sleep-wake behavior in rodent species by V. Booth, University of Michigan 6. Neural correlates of human NREM sleep oscillations by P. Maquet, University of Liege Section 2: Anesthesia ------------------ 7. A mesoscopic modelling approach to anaesthetic action on brain electrical activity by D. Liley, Swinburne University of Technology 8. Progress in modeling EEG effects of general anesthesia: Biphasic response and hysteresis by A. Steyn-Ross, University of Waikato 9. EEG modeling in anesthesia: a new insight into mean-field approach for Delta activity generation by Behnam Molaee-Ardekani, University of Rennes 10. A neural population model of the bi-phasic EEG-power spectrum during general anaesthesia by A. Hutt, INRIA Nancy 11. In vivo-electrophysiology of anesthetic action by B. Rehberg-Kluge, Charite Humboldt University Berlin|
|Series Title:||Springer series in computational neuroscience, v. 15.|
|Responsibility:||Axel Hutt, editor.|
From the reviews: "This book, which aims to provide an overview of experimental and theoretical concepts explaining the similarities and differences of sleep and anesthesia, grew out of two workshops