Bispectral Index™ (BIS™) monitoring enhances the clinician’s patient-targeted approach to induction, maintenance, and emergence. BIS™ technology non-invasively measures and interprets brain wave activity directly related to the effects of anesthetic agents.
Among other benefits, BIS™ technology:
Brain monitoring is an adjunctive technology that should not be used as the sole basis for diagnosis or clinical decision-making.
Clinical evidence suggesting that compared to routine care, titrating anesthetic depth during TIVA using processed electroencephalography (pEEG) can reduce the amount of IV anesthesia used.
Learn more about BIS™ monitors and sensors.
Learn more about using the Bispectral Index™ (BIS™) during anesthesia.
The BIS™ monitor translates the raw EEG data into the easy-to-read BIS™ index.
Both 2-channel and 4-channel monitors provide:
The 4-channel monitor provides:
BIS™ monitoring technology offers clinicians added security for providing specialized care and comfort for patients, including those who may be more sensitive to the hemodynamic effects of anesthesia. It provides valuable information about patient status to help clinicians address each patient’s unique anesthetic requirements. This may be particularly valuable for:
BIS™ monitoring technology enables clinicians to:
BIS™ technology may help: