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April  2020 |
 Vol 64 | Issue 4

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Indian society of anaesthesiologists (ISA national) advisory and position statement regarding COVID-19
Preamble Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists issues the following advisory and position statement to ensure safety of patients and the anaesthesiologists during the “Corona Vi...
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Ensuring practical feasibility and sustainability of research work: Need of the hour
Academics and research fields including that of health sciences are recognized globally by how much significant impact they exert in real practice. The clinical sciences are driven forward with new ...
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Special Article
Peri-operative and critical care concerns in coronavirus pandemic
World Health Organization (WHO) declared novel coronavirus outbreak a “pandemic” on March 11th, 2020. India has already reached Stage 2 (local transmission) and the Indian Gov...
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Special Article
Critical language during an airway emergency: Time to rethink terminology?
Clear language should be used during emergency airway management to aid communication and understand the nature of the emergency. Unfortunately, during emergency airway management, there is no unifo...
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Original Article
A randomised evaluation of intercostal block as an adjunct to epidural analgesia for post-thoracotomy pain
Background and Aims: Post-thoracotomy pain can be severe and disabling. The aim of this study was to examine the efficacy of intercostal nerve block when used as adjunct to thoracic epidural ...
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