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August  2017 |
 Vol 61 | Issue 8

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Difficult airway: Challenges, phobias and options
Airway management is the most important skill that all airway managers (anaesthesiologists, intensivists, emergency physicians, resuscitation team members) require to master. Multiple definitions for ...
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Review Article
Perioperative fluid management: From physiology to improving clinical outcomes
Perioperative fluid management is a key component in the care of the surgical patient. It is an area that has seen significant changes and developments, however there remains a wide disparity in pract...
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Original Article
Ethnicity and upper airway measurements: A study in South Indian population
Background and Aims: Most studies on upper airway are conducted based on airway measurements in the western population. We set out to find the normal values of upper airway measurements in Sout...
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Are cardiac surgical patients at increased risk of difficult intubation?
Background and Aims: Safe airway management is the cornerstone of contemporary anaesthesia practice, and difficult intubation (DI) remains a major cause of anaesthetic morbidity and mortality. ...
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Original Article
A cohort evaluation of clinical use and performance characteristics of Ambu® AuraGain™: A prospective observational study
Background and Aims: Ambu® AuraGain™ (AG) (Ambu, Ballerup, Denmark) is a supraglottic device which has a design facilitating its use as a conduit for intubation. We design...
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