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Figure 6 | Nonlinear Biomedical Physics

Figure 6

From: Using the nonlinear control of anaesthesia-induced hypersensitivity of EEG at burst suppression level to test the effects of radiofrequency radiation on brain function

Figure 6

The results of the EEG analysis of phase II recordings. The curves correspond to the experiment animal recordings (recording 1: red, recording 2: green, recording 3: blue, recording 4: black, recording 5: magenta, recording 6: cyan). The black line with circle markers indicates the mean over the recordings. All the measures are dimensionless, indicating either power ratio or signal complexity in arbitrary units. The subsegments are numbered according to the time flow of the experiments – from pre-stimulus (segment 1) to 5 min post-stimulus (segment 6).

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