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Automated Drug Delivery in Anesthesia provides a full review of available tools and methods on the drug delivery of anesthesia, bridging the gap between academic development, research and clinical practice. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach, pulling information about tools developed in other disciplines such as mathematics, physics, biology and system engineering and applying them to drug delivery. The book's authors discuss the missing element of complete regulatory loop of anesthesia: the sensor and model for pain pathway assessment. This is the only book which focuses specifically on the delivery of anesthesia.
- Revisits the standard TCI anesthesia regulatory loop
- Provides complementary measurement devices and protocols for hypnosis, analgesia and neuromuscular blockade (the three components for anesthesia)
- Describes the link between existing and emerging tools
Graduates, PhD students, post docs, professors, researchers, practitioners and other scholars in multidisciplinary sciences (engineering and medicine), manufacturers, suppliers, researchers, research offices, socio-economic institutional and regulatory units, practitioners
2. Pain model and pain assessment
2.1. Pain measurement in anesthesia
2.2. A non-Newtonian impedance measurement experimental framework: modeling and control inside blood-like environments
3. A multi-scale pathway paradigm for pain characterization
4. Models for control of intravenous anesthesia
5. Closed loop control of neuromuscular blockade
6. A complete drug regulatory system for general anesthesia
7. Automated anesthesia: benefits and risks
8. Integrative cyber medical systems for computer-based drug delivery
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 1st April 2020
- Academic Press
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Dr. Dana Copot is the holder of the prestigious Flanders Research Foundation postdoctoral fellowship at Ghent University (FWO-UGent). She received the bachelor and master’s degree in chemical engineering in 2010 and 2012 respectively, from Gh. Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania. In 2018 she received her doctoral degree from Ghent University in the field of biomedical engineering. Her doctoral research includes developing models for characterizing properties in biological tissues.
FWO Post-doctoral researcher, Research Group on Dynamical Systems and Control (DySC), Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium