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August  2018 |
 Vol 62 | Issue 8

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Noninvasive cardiac output measurement in clinical practice – From machines to mobiles
Tissue perfusion is the goal of all living organisms for survival, and humans are no exception. The most appropriate indicator of tissue perfusion is the degree of tissue oxygen delivery and utiliza...
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Review Article
Autonomic disturbances in diabetes: Assessment and anaesthetic implications
Diabetes mellitus is the most common medical condition and with increased awareness of heath and related issues, several patients are getting diagnosed with diabetes. The poor control of sugar and l...
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Cardiac output monitoring: A comparative prospective observational study of the conventional cardiac output monitor Vigileo™ and the new smartphone-based application Capstesia™
Background and Aims: Capstesia is a software designed for smartphones (AndroidTM/iOSTM) to estimate the cardiac output and other haemodynamic variables from the waveform...
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Effect of anaesthetic agents on olfactory threshold and identification – A single blinded randomised controlled study
Background and Aims: Anaesthetics are implicated in cognitive dysfunction, taste and odour deficits in the postoperative period. We aimed to assess the effect of isoflurane, sevoflurane, prop...
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Assessment of functionality of vocal cords using ultrasound before and after thyroid surgery: An observational study
Background and Aims: The preservation of recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) is an essential part of thyroid surgery. The various methods to test the normal functionality of vocal cords (VCs) inc...
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