Heart Rate

Publication Title: 
Biological Psychology

Forehead skin temperature, heart rate and palmar skin resistance were recorded during passive hypnosis and compared with corresponding data obtained during the resting awake condition in a group of highly hypnotizable subjects experienced in self-hypnosis. Similar physiological measures were also monitored during experimental periods when subjects were experiencing suggested environmental conditions of cold and heat in hypnosis as compared with imagining the stress conditions.

Author(s): 
Tebecis, A. K.
Provins, K. A.
Publication Title: 
European Journal of Pharmacology

Beagles, implanted with cortical and subcortical electrodes, were given etomidate i.v. (1 mg/kg) over a period of 10 sec. The effects on the EEG were compared with those obtained with 7 mg/kg of methohexital. Both compounds induced hypnosis for a duration of approximately 8 min. The EEGs showed a remarkable similarity. Visual inspection of the records as well as power spectrum analysis revealed a sustained theta-activity with underlying fast activity. The configuration of the waves was rather sharp.

Author(s): 
Wauquier, A.
van den Broeck, W. A.
Verheyen, J. L.
Janssen, P. A.
Publication Title: 
The Pavlovian Journal of Biological Science

Desensitization of psychological and physiological complex structures may be the most important element of flooding treatment. The implosive sessions are assumed to represent a supramaximal stimulation of pathologically excited and inert complex structures resulting in protective inhibition, irradiation of excitation, reduction of the excitation and inertness, and a decrease of the overshooting autonomic reactivity of the complex structures, leading to reduction of anxiety, aggression, and other pathologically increased feelings.

Author(s): 
Astrup, C.
Publication Title: 
Minerva Anestesiologica
Author(s): 
Tempo, B.
Berghella, S.
Bernocco, A.
Azzollini, C.
Publication Title: 
The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
Author(s): 
Bauer, K. E.
McCanne, T. R.
Publication Title: 
Clinical Science (London, England: 1979)

1. To investigate the stimulus to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems during isometric exercise, two patients with sensory neuropathies affecting forearm afferent nerves were studied and their circulatory and respiratory responses compared with those of normal subjects. The contribution of pain to the cardiorespiratory changes was also investigated in normal subjects by using hypnosis to relieve pain during and after isometric exercise. 2.

Author(s): 
Duncan, G.
Johnson, R. H.
Lambie, D. G.
Publication Title: 
Minerva Anestesiologica

Regional - mostly spinal and epidural - anaesthesia associated with pharmacological hypnosis in approximately fifty general surgery and orthopaedic patients is described. The advantage of this type of management is that patients are sedated during the operation and in the post-operative period, coupled, in the latter situation, with a good antalgic effect.

Author(s): 
Mellano, C.
Cattaneo, P.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Highly responsive hypnotic subjects, who were classified as having control over remembering (voluntaries) or not having control over remembering (involuntaries) during posthypnotic amnesia, were compared with each other on four physiological measures (heart rate, electrodermal response, respiration rate, muscle tension) during posthypnotic recall. Two contextual conditions were employed: One was meant to create pressure to breach posthypnotic amnesia (lie detector instructions); the other, a relax condition, served as a control.

Author(s): 
Schuyler, B. A.
Coe, W. C.
Publication Title: 
The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
Author(s): 
DePiano, F. A.
Salzberg, H. C.
Publication Title: 
Der Anaesthesist

Tramadol-HCl was used clinically in the form of a continuous infusion as the analgesic component of a balanced anaesthetic technique. In over 90% of the anaesthetics a further injection of barbiturate and/or supplementary muscle relaxant was necessary because the patients did not tolerate the operative procedure.

Author(s): 
Rothhammer, A.
Weis, K. H.
Skrobek, W.

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