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Synonyms for index

Synonyms for index

something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else

Synonyms for index

a numerical scale used to compare variables with one another or with some reference number

a number or ratio (a value on a scale of measurement) derived from a series of observed facts

a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

an alphabetical listing of names and topics along with page numbers where they are discussed

the finger next to the thumb

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list in an index

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provide with an index

adjust through indexation

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A comparison of Bispectral Index with Ramsey Sedation Score in patients sedated with dexmendetomidine.
Influence of bispectral index monitoring on fentanyl requirements during total intravenous anesthesia for major gynecological surgery.
The correlation of bispectral index with endtidal sevoflurane concentration and haemodynamic parameters in preschoolers.
Comparison of two bispectral index algorithms in monitoring sedation in postoperative intensive care patients.
Bispectral index was maintained within 10 units of the target value for a significantly greater duration of time by the closed-loop delivery system (87.
Liu J, Singh H, White PE Electroencephalographic bispectral index correlates with intraoperative recall and depth of propofol-induction sedation.
The bispectral index declines during neuromuscular block in fully awake persons.
Bispectral index as a predictor of sedation depth during isoflurane or midazolam sedation in ICU patients.
Different bispectral index values from both sides of the forehead in unilateral carotid artery stenosis.
Depth of anesthesia was assessed using technique called bispectral index [BIS] monitoring.
While Matsuzaki and Tanaka (2004) showed a useable signal for the bispectral index, the filters for EMG may not be adequate to eliminate frontalis muscle activity during periodontal surgery and establish a reliable PSI in this range of sedation at all times (7).
The bispectral index was 44 immediately after intubation, ranged from 44 to 57 during maintenance of anesthesia, and was 59 at the moment of extubation.
Other areas considered include simulation of anesthesia control, and hemodynamic and bispectral index response to high doses of Remifentanil in patients with brain tumors.