TetraGraph study

Each month the editors of Anesthesiology journal select one paper to highlight with a video abstract. In October the selected paper was “Ipsilateral and simultaneous comparison of responses from acceleromyography- and electromyography-based neuromuscular monitors” by Dr. Nemes et al.

Tetragraph EMG monitor is a better indicator of adequate recovery from neuromuscular block and readiness for safe tracheal extubation than the acceleromyography monitor. Tetragraph also had higher precision and repeatability than acceleromyography.

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