Intraoperative Nociception Monitoring With Medstorm, Medasense and Anspec-pro During Total Intravenous Anesthesia

Condition:   Pain Measurement Interventions:   Device: Non-invasive analgesia monitoring with ANSPEC-PRO monitor and MEDSTORM monitor;   Device: Non-invasive analgesia monitoring with ANSPEC-PRO monitor and MEDASENSE monitor;   Device: Non-invasive analgesia monitoring with MEDSTORM monitor and MEDASENSE monitor Sponsors:   University Hospital, Ghent;   University Ghent Recruiting
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