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May  2018 |
 Vol 62 | Issue 5

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Editorial
Assessing outcomes of resuscitation training in hospitals
A sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death, both in hospital and outside hospital. Cardiovascular disease accounts for nearly 3.9 million deaths in Europe every year.[1] Ischaemic heart d...
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Special Article
Does the phase of the menstrual cycle really matter to anaesthesia?
The menstrual cycle is a physiological phenomenon that is accompanied by several hormonal fluctuations involving oestrogen and progesterone. Oestrogen and progesterone exert several physiological ef...
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Original Article
Attenuation of the pressor responses to laryngoscopy and endotracheal intubation with intravenous dexmedetomidine versus magnesium sulphate under bispectral index-controlled anaesthesia: A placebo-controlled prospective randomised trial
Background and Aims: Laryngoscopy and intubation cause sympathetic stimulation and arousal reactions. We evaluated the role of dexmedetomidine and magnesium sulphate on pressor responses to l...
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A randomised comparative study on customised versus fixed sized pillow for tracheal intubation in the sniffing position by Macintosh laryngoscopy
Background and Aims: The sniffing position has been most commonly used for positioning of the head and neck to facilitate tracheal intubation. However, the optimum degree of head elevation fo...
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Original Article
Direct and indirect low skill fibre-optic intubation: A randomised crossover manikin study of six supraglottic airway devices
Background and Aims: Fibre-optic intubation (FOI) through supraglottic airway devices (SADs) is useful in the management of the difficult airway. We compared two methods of FOI through seven ...
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