Low-dose Propofol–induced Amnesia Is Not due to a Failure of Encoding
Veselis, Robert A.
Pryor, Kane O.
Reinsel, Ruth A.
- Publisher: Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health)
Background—Propofol may produce amnesia by affecting encoding. The hypothesis that propofol
weakens encoding was tested by measuring regional cerebral blood flow during verbal encoding.
Methods—17 volunteer participants (12 M, 30.4±6.5 years old) had regional cere...