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May-June  2014 |
 Vol 58 | Issue 3

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Editorial
From pre-operative comorbidities to post-operative cognitive dysfunction: The challenging face of geriatric anaesthesia
Geriatric anaesthesia has kept pace with advances in geriatric surgery over the years on a platform provided by increasing scientific evidence. Comorbidities involving various systems can impact the f...
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Special Article
Post-operative delirium in elderly patients
Delirium is a common, but an often underdiagnosed complication in the elderly following major surgery. Recognising delirium in early stages and diagnosing the condition based on established criteria c...
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Clinical Innovation
Post-operative cognitive dysfunction in the elderly: A prospective clinical study
Background and Aims: Aging population is a major demographic trend worldwide. Globally, 50% of all the elderly individuals are estimated to undergo atleast one surgical procedure ...
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Clinical Investigation
Randomised double-blind comparative study of dexmedetomidine and tramadol for post-spinal anaesthesia shivering
Background and Aims: Dexmedetomidine (α2 adrenergic agonist) has been used for prevention of post anaesthesia shivering. Its use for the treatment of post-spinal a...
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Clinical Investigation
Tracheal intubation in patients with cervical spine immobilization: A comparison of McGrath ® video laryngoscope and Truview EVO2 ® laryngoscope
Background and Aims: Literature suggests that glottic view is better when using McGrath® Video laryngoscope and Truview® in comparison with McIntosh blade. The p...
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