The term “awareness” during anesthesia, as used in the anesthesia literature, implies that during a period of intended general anesthesia, the brain is aroused by stimuli that are stored in memory for future explicit recall. Patients who experience awareness will recall such experiences during a state of inadequate anesthesia. Awareness is an uncommon phenomenon, occurring in about 0.1% to 0.2% of cases.

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