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Journal Article
Pryor KO, Root JC.  2014.  Chasing the shadows of implicit memory under anesthesia.. Anesth Analg. 119(5):1026-8.
Veselis RA, Pryor KO, Reinsel RA, Mehta M, Pan H, Johnson R.  2008.  Low-dose propofol-induced amnesia is not due to a failure of encoding: left inferior prefrontal cortex is still active.. Anesthesiology. 109(2):213-24.
Veselis RA, Pryor KO, Reinsel RA, Li Y, Mehta M, Johnson R.  2009.  Propofol and midazolam inhibit conscious memory processes very soon after encoding: an event-related potential study of familiarity and recollection in volunteers.. Anesthesiology. 110(2):295-312.
Kato MA, Green N, O'Connell K, Till SD, Kramer DJ, Al-Khelaifi M, Han JHee, Pryor KO, Gobin Y-P, Proekt A.  2015.  A retrospective analysis of severe intraoperative respiratory compliance changes during ophthalmic arterial chemosurgery for retinoblastoma.. Paediatr Anaesth. 25(6):595-602.
Pryor KO, Fahey TJ, Lien CA, Goldstein PA.  2004.  Surgical site infection and the routine use of perioperative hyperoxia in a general surgical population: a randomized controlled trial.. JAMA. 291(1):79-87.
Pryor KO, Reinsel RA, Mehta M, Li Y, Wixted JT, Veselis RA.  2010.  Visual P2-N2 complex and arousal at the time of encoding predict the time domain characteristics of amnesia for multiple intravenous anesthetic drugs in humans.. Anesthesiology. 113(2):313-26.