| Wu G., Zhang L., Wang X., Yu A., Zhang Z., Yu J.
Effects of indexes of consciousness (IoC1 and IoC2) monitoring on remifentanil dosage in modified radical mastectomy: a randomized trial
Publicado: BioMed Central, Trials 2016, March 2016
| Mathews D., Christenson C., Farhang B., Mathews J.
Comparison Of The qCON And Sedline Depth of Anesthesia Monitors To Predict The Hypnotic Effect During Desflurane General Anesthesia
Presentado: ISAP 2016.
Publicado: Anesthesia & Analgesia, Volume 4, Supplement 55, 01AP09-5, June 2017
| Capsi P., González C., Jensen E.W., Pacheco A., Agustí M., Gambús P.L.
Comparison of Qnox, pupil size and remifentanil concentration for the prediction of movement response to noxious stimulation during general anaesthesia.
Presentado: ESA 2017.
Publicado: European Journal of Anaesthesiology, Volume 4, Supplement 55, 01AP09-5, June 2017
| Müller JN., Kreuzer M., García PS., Schneider G., Hautmann H.
Monitoring depth of sedation: evaluating the agreement between the Bispectral Index, qCON and the Entropy Module’s State Entropy during flexible bronchoscopy.
Presented at: ESA 2017.
Published at: Minerva Anestesiologica, Volume 30, Number 6, June 2017
|Melia U., Gabarron E., Agustí M., Souto N., Pineda P., Fontanet J., Vallverdu M., Jensen E.W.
Comparison of the qCON and qNOX indices for the assessment of unconsciousness level and noxious stimulation response during surgery
Presented at: ESA 2016.
Published at: Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing, Volume 30, Number 6, October 2016
|Carette R., Hendrickx J.F., De Wolf A.M.
Effect of different REMI effect site concentrations on the BIS, qCON, ANI, and qNOX at constant NSRI
Presented at: ESA 2016.
Published at: European Journal of Anaesthesiology, Volume 33, e-Supplement 54, June 2016
|PL Gambús, Melia U, Jensen EW.
Comparing 2 EEG-based Indices of Anesthesia: qCON and qNOX Fall and Rise Times During Loss and Recovery of Consciousness.
Presented at: EuroNeuro 2016.
Publish at: Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology., April 2016, Volume 28, Issue 2, ppg S1-S51
|PL Gambús, Melia U, Jensen EW.
Fall and rise times of the qCON and qNOX indices during induction and recovery of anaesthesia.
Presented at: ISAP 2015.
|Zanner R., Kreuzer M., Meyer A., Kochs E., Schneider G.
Evaluation of qCON, a novel monitor of the hypnotic component of anaesthesia
Presented at: ESA 2015, Abstract 1AP15-10.
|Fontanet J., Jensen E.W., Gambús P.L.
Assessment of response to noxious response using the qNOX nociception index.
Presented at: ESA 2015, Abstract 1AP11-3
|J.Fontanet, E.W.Jensen, M.Jospin, E.Gabarron, M.Vallverdú, P.Gambús.
The Effect of Nociceptive Stimulation on the qNOX and qCON
Presented at: ISAP 2014. Pg. 63
|Pineda P, Jensen EW, Gambus PL, Valencia JF, Vereecke H, Struys MMRF.
Reduction of propofol influence on the qNOX pain/nociception index.
Presented at: ASA 2014.
|P. Pineda, E.W. Jensen, M. Jospin, P. Gambus.
Comparison of the reliability and stability of two depth of
Presented at: Navat 2014
|Pineda P, Jensen EW, Gambús P, Jospin M, Struys MMRF, Vereecke HEM.
Prediction of response to tetanic stimulation: what is best, an interaction model or a direct brain measurement?
Published at: European Journal of Anaesthesiology, June 2014, Volume 31, Issue p 33
|Beenakker JE, Jensen EW, Jospin M, Struys MMRF, Vereecke HEM.
The effect of ketamine and rocuronium on the quantium consciousness index (qCON) during steady-state anesthesia with propofol and remifentanil.
Published at: European Journal of Anaesthesiology, June 2014, Volume 31, Issue p 34
|Jensen EW, Valencia JF, López A, Anglada T, Ramos Y, Serra R, Jospin M, Pineda P, Gambus P.
Monitoring hypnotic effect and nociception with two EEG derived indices, qCON and qNOX, during general anaesthesia.
Published in: Acta anesthesia scandinavia, epub July 2014.
|Fernández-Candil J, Vila E, Pacreu S, Lamora M, Fernández-Galinski S, Gambús P.
Establishing loss of consciousness by changes in EEG, propofol concentration and clinical correlates.
Presented at: Euro-Neuro 2014, Abstract P-89.
|J. Fontanet, E. Gabarrón, M. Jospin, M. Vallverdú, P.L. Gambus and E.W. Jensen.
Comparison of the qNOX and ANI Indices of Nociception during Propofol and Remifentanil Anaesthesia.
Presented at: ESCGO May 2014.
| Pineda P, Jensen EW, Valencia JF, Jospin M.
Monitoring Hypnotic Effect with qCON During General Anaesthesia.
Presented at: Society for Technology in Anaesthesia, STA Orlando 2014.
|Jensen EW, Gambus PL, Valencia JF, Jospin M, Borrat X, Struys MMRF, Vereecke H, Pineda P.
Validation of the qNOX Pain/Nociception Index for Monitoring Loss of Response to Tetanic Stimulation During General Anaesthesia.
Presented at: ASA San Francisco 2013, Abstract A2004.
|Valencia JF, Gambus PL.
Assessment of the level of consciousness during propofol anesthesia: validation of the qCON index.
Published at: European Journal of Anaesthesiology, June 2013, Volume 30, Issue p 42–42.
|Valencia JF, Henneberg SW.
Peroperative depth of anaesthesia, assessed with the qCON may reduce the postoperative opioid requirements.
Published at: European Journal of Anaesthesiology, June 2013, Volume 30, Issue p 43–43.
|Valencia JF, Borrat X, Gambus PL.
Validation of a New Index, qCON, for Assessment of the Level of Consciousness During Sedation.
Presented at: ASA Washington 2012, Abstract A640.
| Jospin M, E.W. Jensen, P. Caminal, D.T. Kaplan, H. Vereecke, M.M.R.F. Struys.
A new spectral index for assessing depth of anesthesia based on the cumulative power spectrum of the EEG.
Published at: European Journal of Anaesthesiology, June 2006 – Volume 23 – Issue – p 22.
| White PF.
Use of cerebral monitoring during anaesthesia: effect on recovery profile.
Published in: Best practice & research. Clinical anaesthesiology 2006, Abstract 181-9.
|Henneberg SW, D. Rosenborg, E. Weber Jensen, P. Ahn, B. Burgdorff, L. L. Thomsen.
Peroperative depth of anaesthesia may influence postoperative opioid requirements.
Published in: Acta Anesthesia Scandinavia, epub February 2005.
|Chan MT, Gin T, Law B, Liu KK.
Quality of Recovery after AEP-Guided Anesthesia. Results of a Randomized Trial.
Presented at: American Society of Anesthesiologists, ASA New Orleans 2005, Abstract A48.
| Jensen EW, H. Litvan, M. Struys, P. Martinez Vazquez.
Pitfalls and challenges when assessing the depth of hypnosis during general anaesthesia by clinical signs and electronic indices.
Presented at: Acta Anesthesia Scandinavia, epub February 2005.
| Jensen EW, A.Nebot, P.Caminal, S.W. Henneberg.
Identification of causal relations between Haemodynamic variables, auditory evoked potentials and Isoflurane by means of fuzzy logic.
Published in: British Journal of Anaesthesia, January 1999.
|Jensen EW, T.Escobet, A.Nebot and P.Caminal.
Definition of a depth of anaesthesia index using fuzzy inductive reasoning (fir).
Presented at: Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, IEEE Atlanta 1999.
| Jensen EW, A.Nebot.
Comparison of FIR and ANFIS Methodologies for prediction of mean blood pressure and Auditory Evoked Potentials index during anaesthesia.
Presented at: Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, IEEE Hong Kong 1998.