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March  2019 |
 Vol 63 | Issue 3

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Commentary
Specific reversal agents: Fast and fearless – A new era in anticoagulation care
Coumarins (including warfarin) have been the time-tested oral anticoagulants in clinical practice but came with a baggage of specific time for ingestion, need for monitoring/dose adjustment and food...
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Review Article
Novel reversal agents and laboratory evaluation for direct-acting oral anticoagulants (DOAC): An update
Novel oral anticoagulants (NOACs) are no longer “novel” but their reversal agents definitely are. Although NOACs enjoy high clinical efficacy, monitoring and reversal of their effect is...
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Original Article
Efficacy of local wound infiltration analgesia with ropivacaine and dexmedetomidine in tubercular spine surgery – A pilot randomised double-blind controlled trial
Background and Aims: Regional analgesic techniques are difficult to use in tubercular spine patients due to distorted spinal anatomy and presence of infection. This study was conducted with t...
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A randomised controlled comparison of video versus instructor-based compression only life support training
Background and Aims: Sudden cardiac deaths remain a major health problem worldwide. Most of these cases generally involve out of hospital cardiac arrest, making the role of bystander resuscit...
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Prediction of outcomes in chest trauma patients using chest trauma scoring system: A prospective observational study
Background and Aims: Prognostication of chest trauma patients by scoring systems is of vital importance to predict morbidity and mortality. We aimed to predict outcomes in chest trauma patien...
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