Lacrimation during anaesthesia indicates:
|D||All of the above|
The depth of anaesthesia is mainly monitored by clinical signs which includes:
a. Signs of sympathetic stimulation like hypertension, tachycardia, lacrimation, perspiration, mydriasis.
b. Movement response to painful stimuli, eye movements but these may not be seen in patients who have been given muscle relaxants.
c. Preserved reflexes.
d. Tachypnea, laryngospasm, bronchospasm, breath holding.
Lacrimation may also be seen in stage II (i.e., stage of sympathetic stimulation) of inhalational induction.