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October  2019 |
 Vol 63 | Issue 10

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Use of videolaryngoscopy as a teaching tool for novices performing tracheal intubation results in greater first pass success in neonates and infants
Videolaryngoscopes (VLs) have been an important addition to our airway management armamentarium in the past decade. Videolaryngoscopy has revolutionised the way we manage the airway both in adults a...
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Automated anaesthesia record system - Expensive toy or a change whose time has come?
The first paper records in anaesthesiology were developed in the 1890s, and remain little changed.[1] The anaesthesia record is designed to document not only what was done to a patient during the su...
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Special Article
Preoperative pregnancy testing in surgical patients: How useful is policy of routine testing
Surgery in a patient with unrecognised pregnancy has serious ethical and medicolegal implications. There are no guidelines in India for preoperative pregnancy testing (POPT) in surgical patients. Th...
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Original Article
Efficacy and safety of videolaryngoscopy-guided verbal feedback to teach neonatal and infant intubation. A prospective randomised cross over study
Background and Aims: Neonatal endotracheal intubation is challenging due to the miniature anatomy, which is distinct from adults and reserves only less oxygen and time before desaturation beg...
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Completeness of manual data recording in the anaesthesia information management system: A retrospective audit of 1000 neurosurgical cases
Background and Aims: Anaesthesia information management system (AIMS) is increasingly implemented in many hospitals. Considering the capital cost involved in its installation and maintenance,...
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