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July  2016 |
 Vol 60 | Issue 7

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Editorial
Transporting critically Ill patients: Look before you leap!
Patient transport is an integral part of the management of critically ill patients. Transport of the critically ill patients may be within the hospital (intra-hospital) or to another hospital (inter-h...
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Review Article
Inter-hospital and intra-hospital patient transfer: Recent concepts
The intra- and inter-hospital patient transfer is an important aspect of patient care which is often undertaken to improve upon the existing management of the patient. It may involve transfer of patie...
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Original Article
Comparative assessment of ProSeal™ laryngeal mask airway intervention versus standard technique of endotracheal extubation for attenuation of pressor response in controlled hypertensive patients
Background and Aims: Swapping of the endotracheal tube with laryngeal mask airway (LMA) before emergence from anaesthesia is one of the methods employed for attenuation of pressor response at e...
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Post-operative hypertension, a surrogate marker of the graft function and predictor of survival in living donor liver transplant recipients: A retrospective study
Background and Aims: De novo hypertension (HTN) in liver transplantation recipients is a known entity. We investigated haemodynamic behaviour after a liver transplant to see if it can pr...
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Original Article
A comparative study of two techniques (electrocardiogram- and landmark-guided) for correct depth of the central venous catheter placement in paediatric patients undergoing elective cardiovascular surgery
Background and Aims: The complications of central venous catheterisation can be minimized by ensuring catheter tip placement just above the superior vena cava-right atrium junction. We aimed to...
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