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Dec  2018 |
 Vol 62 | Issue 12

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Does my septic patient have scurvy?
Recent literature on the use of vitamin C in critically ill patient with sepsis has generated much interest. Analysing the scientific rationale for the increasing use of this molecule in the intensi...
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Special Article
The Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques Act and its implication on advancement of ultrasound in anaesthesiology; time to change mindsets rather than laws
Ultrasonography (USG) has a continuously expanding role in anaesthesiology, critical care and pain management and has enhanced and refined patient care. The Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic T...
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Original Article
Hydrocortisone, Vitamin C and thiamine for the treatment of sepsis and septic shock following cardiac surgery
Background and Aims: The effect of vitamin C on vasopressor requirement in critically ill patients have been evaluated previously. We aimed to evaluate the effect of vitamin C, hydrocortisone...
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Obstetric admissions to tertiary level intensive care unit – Prevalence, clinical characteristics and outcomes
Background and Aims: Obstetric admissions to the intensive care unit (ICU) are a subject of increasing interest, as it is an indirect indicator of maternal morbidity and mortality. The studie...
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An observational prospective study of performance of acromioaxillosuprasternal notch index in predicting difficult visualisation of the larynx
Background and Aims: Bedside screening test for predicting difficult intubation is an accepted practice, even though its clinical value remains limited. This study aimed to study the predicti...
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