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November  2019 |
 Vol 63 | Issue 11

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Guest Editorial
If Oscar the cat could, can't we? – A commentary on intraoperative hypotension – Role of artificial intelligence
'Oscar jumps onto her bed and sniffs the air. He pauses to consider the situation, and then turns around twice before curling up beside Mrs. K. Thirty minutes later, Mrs. K. takes her last earth...
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Review Article
Intraoperative hypotension and its prediction
Intraoperative hypotension (IOH) very commonly accompanies general anaesthesia in patients undergoing major surgical procedures. The development of IOH is unwanted, since it is associated with adver...
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Original Article
Scalp block for analgesia after craniotomy: A meta-analysis
Background and Aims: A previous meta-analysis reported that scalp block had limited benefits (low-quality evidence) compared to no-scalp block modalities for analgesia after craniotomy. Howev...
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Original Article
Pre-emptive multimodal analgesic regimen reduces post-operative epidural demand boluses in traumatic shaft of femur fracture - A randomised controlled trial
Background and Aims: The efficacy of preemptive multimodal analgesia in post-traumatic patients has not been elucidated. Our aim was to evaluate the efficacy of preemptive MMA regimen in redu...
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Original Article
Comparative evaluation of i-gel® insertion conditions using dexmedetomidine-propofol versus fentanyl-propofol - A randomised double-blind study
Background and Aims: i-gel® insertion necessitates adequate depth of anaesthesia to prevent laryngospasm, gagging or limb movements. We aimed to compare i-gel®...
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