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April  2019 |
 Vol 63 | Issue 4

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Editorial
The subcostal nerve as the target for nerve stimulator–guided transversus abdominis plane blocks - Commentary
With the universal acceptance of enhanced recovery programmes following surgery, perioperative analgesia has seen many improvements.[1] There is a need for focus on the combined effect of regional a...
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Review Article
Radiological evaluation of airway – What an anaesthesiologist needs to know!
Airway management forms the foundation of any anaesthetic management. However, unanticipated difficult airway (DA) and its sequelae continue to dread any anaesthesiologist. In spite of development o...
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Original Article
The subcostal nerve as the target for nerve stimulator guided transverse abdominis plane blocks – A feasibility study
Background and Aims: Transverse Abdominis Plane (TAP) block was originally described as a landmark-based technique. Peripheral nerve stimulator (PNS) guided blocks are still widely performed,...
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Original Article
Reliability of the thyromental height test for prediction of difficult visualisation of the larynx: A prospective external validation
Background and Aims: Thyromental height (TMH) has been reported to be useful for prediction of difficult visualisation of the larynx (DVL), defined as Cormack--Lehane (C&L) grade III or I...
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Original Article
Correlation between bispectral index, end-tidal anaesthetic gas concentration and difference in inspired–end-tidal oxygen concentration as measures of anaesthetic depth in paediatric patients posted for short surgical procedures
Background and Aims: Measurement of end-tidal anaesthetic gas concentrations (ETAG) is currently a pragmatic indicator for monitoring anaesthetic depth. We aimed to assess the performance of ...
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