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Monitoring brain activity may signal cognitive overload during surgery

Monitoring brain activity may signal cognitive overload during surgery

Researchers are currently delving into the possibilities of brain-computer interface technologies in surgical training to enhance patient safety.

The team at Imperial College London is studying brain activity of surgeons for signs of cognitive overload and suggests techniques could be used to flag warning signs during surgery.

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