How deep of a sleep does electronarcosis induce?

Let me start by . Telling you that the info i read was so conflicting that i really can't answer your question. But i can provide a site that provides info from recent us research: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc1591524/?Page=1.
In Soviet hands? Somewhere between stage 1 and death.

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How deep of a sleep does electronarcosis induce? I read it has been implicated for use as anesthesia in surgery?

Very deep. It is pretty deep, subcoma level. It is similar to the sleep state in electroconvulsive therapy and is usually administered in a hospital with an anesthesiologist with other doctors present.Yes, it is used in surgery. Read more...
Electronarcosis. Electro narcosis isn't used as an anesthetic technique - at least, not in the us of a. An anaesthesiologist who uses this technique would not be paid. Read more...

Can electronarcosis induce deep enough sleep for surgery?

Yes. Patient is fully unconscious during the procedure, but no one even uses this anymore, so why the curiosity? Read more...
Electronarcosis. This is what russian scientists were apparently searching for. The issue is that the patient may be immobilized, but still feel pain. Not a good plan for surgery. One study compared electronarcosis to block anesthesia in removing antlers from wapiti (elk). The elk showed more reaction to the procedure with electronarcosis. http://tinyurl.com/mfpa97w i won't be volunteering for this. Read more...

Does electrosleep or "electronarcosis" really induce deep sleep?

Previously answered. This question has been repeatedly asked, and repeatedly answered by several physicians including me. Kindly put in these search terms on this site and you'll find multiple, helpful responses. Thank you. Read more...

Does electronarcosis really induce a deep sleep... And is it uncomfortable. For the patients?

Electronarcosis. Electronarcosis is not used any longer. When historically used, it may well have been initially uncomfortable for the patients. If having problems with your sleep, there are many modern sleep medicine physicians who can help you. These doctors may come from many specialty backgrounds and take extra training in sleep physiology, disorders & their treatment. Read more...

Does electronarcosis really induce sleep or anesthesia?

Electronarcosis. Electronarcosis does induce sleep, but does not produce anesthesia. In laymen term, it would not be adequate for you to have surgery. It may have some benefit to produce some degree of analgesia. It was developed to treat psychiatric disorders. Read more...
I think it can, but . Would not be able to tell you much details without doing research on it. I graduated almost 30 years ago and this kind of things have been studied before that, as far as i remember. It is not in active use right now. Read more...