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Figure 4: (a): Mean stimulus strength to maintain iMEP recordings (anaesthesia fading effect) from preoperative to postoperative (up to the final surgical suture) periods in patients receiving propofol and isoflurane anaesthesia. (b): Line diagram depicting the need for incremental trend of stimulus strength with the increase in duration of anaesthesia. The need for increase in mean stimulus strength is less in patients receiving propofol anaesthesia than in patients receiving isoflurane anaesthesia

Figure 4: (a): Mean stimulus strength to maintain iMEP recordings (anaesthesia fading effect) from preoperative to postoperative (up to the final surgical suture) periods in patients receiving propofol and isoflurane anaesthesia. (b): Line diagram depicting the need for incremental trend of stimulus strength with the increase in duration of anaesthesia. The need for increase in mean stimulus strength is less in patients receiving propofol anaesthesia than in patients receiving isoflurane anaesthesia