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July  2019 |
 Vol 63 | Issue 7

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Editorial
Regional block: Walking away from central to peripheral nerves and planes for local anaesthetic drug deposition
Regional blocks have been long used in anaesthesia practice. Following the evolution of regional anaesthesia in clinical practice, we may realise that we are moving away from use of central neuraxia...
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Review Article
Role of topical magnesium in post-operative sore throat: Asystematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
Background and Aims: Post-operative sore throat(POST) is a common undesirable consequence of tracheal intubation. Magnesium, an N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist, has anti-nociceptive...
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Original Article
Is COMBIPECS the answer to perioperative analgesia for breast surgery? A double blinded randomized controlled trial
Background and Aims: Pecs block and its variations provides perioperative analgesia, reduce PONV and other opioid related side effects. We hypothesized that COMIBPES block in addition to gene...
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A study to evaluate effect of PEEP and end-tidal carbon dioxide on optic nerve sheath diameter
Background and Aims: PEEP is commonly used to improve postoperative respiratory outcomes in surgical and ICU patients. It is thought to increase ICP by impending CSF outflow and cerebral veno...
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Original Article
GlideScope versus D-blade for tracheal intubation in cervical spine patients: Arandomised controlled trial
Background and Aims: Airway management in patients with cervical spine pathology is challenging. The aim of the study was to evaluate GlideScope(GVL) and D blade of C-MAC(CMAC-D) using manu...
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