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February  2017 |
 Vol 61 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Dexmedetomidine as premedication in children: Status at the beginning of 2017
An ideal premedication for children should have anxiolytic, sedative, analgesic and antisialagogue action when administered non-parenterally, with rapid onset, short duration of action, and devoid of ...
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Review Article
Anaesthesia for adenotonsillectomy: An update
Adenotonsillectomy remains one of the most common surgical procedures carried out in children. Though a commonly performed procedure, it poses a great challenge to the surgeon as well as the anaesthes...
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Review Article
Consensus statement on anaesthesia for day care surgeries
The primary aim of day-care surgery units is to allow for early recovery of the patients so that they can return to their familiar 'home' environment; the management hence should be focused to...
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Original Article
Efficacy of intranasal dexmedetomidine versus oral midazolam for paediatric premedication
Background and Aims: Premedication is an integral component of paediatric anaesthesia which, when optimal, allows comfortable separation of the child from the parent for induction and conduct o...
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Comparison of oral dexmedetomidine versus oral midazolam as premedication to prevent emergence agitation after sevoflurane anaesthesia in paediatric patients
Background and Aims: Sevoflurane is the most often used inhalational agent in paediatric anaesthesia, but emergence agitation (EA) remains a major concern. Oral midazolam and parenteral dexmede...
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