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May  2016 |
 Vol 60 | Issue 5

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Central neuraxial blocks: Complacency begets complications
The credit for introduction of central neuraxial blocks (CNBs) goes to J Leonard Corning, an American neurologist who injected cocaine between the spinous processes in the year 1885 and to August Bier...
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Review Article
Ergonomical aspects of anaesthetic practice
Anaesthesiologist's service begins as a general physician, goes on as an investigator cum data analyser leading to the architectural planning of a forthcoming surgical event, but only after articulate...
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A randomized clinical trial comparing the standard mcintosh laryngoscope and the c-mac d blade video laryngoscope™ for double lumen tube insertion for one lung ventilation in Onco surgical patients
Background and Aims: Several devices enabling double-lumen tube (DLT) placement for thoracic surgeries are available, but there are no studies for D-blade video laryngoscope-guided DLT insertio...
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Efficacy of intermittent sub-glottic suctioning in prevention of ventilator-associated pneumonia- A preliminary study of 100 patients
Background and Aims: Oropharyngeal colonisation followed by aspiration of contaminated secretions is the major cause for ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). Pooled secretions present in the ...
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Videolaryngoscopes differ substantially in illumination of the oral cavity: A manikin study
Background and Aims: Insufficient illumination of the oral cavity during endotracheal intubation may result in suboptimal conditions. Consequently, suboptimal illumination and laryngoscopy may ...
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