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Oxford University researchers have shown that measuring a type of brain activity in an individual under anaesthetic offers the clearest picture yet of degrees of perceptual awareness in the brain while they are anaesthetised.

The research could lead to the first personalised method for administering appropriate doses of anaesthetic during operations and potentially reduce the risks associated with being under a general anaesthetic.

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