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September  2020 |
 Vol 64 | Issue 9

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Editorial
Striding towards the pinnacles of professional growth, scientific epitome, and leadership: India's women anaesthesiologists
Women anaesthesiologists in the past have many a times had to deal with negative behaviours of surgeons. A case of a male surgeon telling a lady anaesthesiologist “You should not be working. Y...
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Original Article
Intraoperative factors contributory to myocardial injury in high-risk patients undergoing abdominal surgery in a South Indian population
Background and Aims: Myocardial injury after non-cardiac surgery (MINS) is associated with high postoperative mortality. We sought to examine the intraoperative variables associated with MINS...
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Comparison of postoperative analgesia and opioid requirement with thoracic epidural vs. continuous rectus sheath infusion in midline incision laparotomies under general anaesthesia – A prospective randomised controlled study
Background and Aims: To assess and compare the effect of bilateral continuous rectus sheath infusion (CRSB) for postoperative analgesia with continuous thoracic epidural infusion (TEA) in pat...
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Comparison of recovery characteristics with two different washout techniques of desflurane anaesthesia: A randomised controlled trial
Background: Rapid emergence with low soluble inhalational agents (IA) is offset by a significant association with emergence agitation (EA). Research on the influence of elimination methods of...
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The analgesic effect of bilateral ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane block in paediatric lower abdominal surgeries: A randomised, prospective trial
Background and Aims: This study aims to evaluate the analgesic effect of ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane block (ESPB) in paediatric lower abdominal surgeries. Methods: Randomise...
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