International Anesthesia Research Society

Welcome to EEG For Anesthesia

Developed by Patrick L. Purdon, PhD, Christopher A. Colvin, MHSc, & Emery N. Brown, MD, PhD

This activity will introduce you to the basics of using electroencephalography (EEG) to recognize the altered states of arousal caused by commonly used anesthetic drugs. The material will be presented using a series of 66 questions and explanations. Once you understand the material in the 66 questions, select Test to complete the activity. You must get 80% of the questions on the test correct to earn CME. You can take the test twice. If you do not get 80% correct in two tries, you will need to repeat the 66 questions before trying again.

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