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September  2018 |
 Vol 62 | Issue 9

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Review Article
Physiological and anatomical changes of pregnancy: Implications for anaesthesia
During pregnancy, the body goes through various anatomical and physiological changes to provide suitable environment for foetal development, to cater to the increased metabolic demands and to prepar...
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Neuraxial techniques of labour analgesia
In recent years, many neuraxial techniques have been introduced to initiate and maintain labour analgesia, with low-dose mixtures of local anaesthetics and opioids, which have improved the quality o...
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Management of anaesthesia for elective, low-risk (Category 4) caesarean section
An increasing number of caesarean sections are being performed for both elective as well as emergency cases. Category 4 caesarean section refers to a planned elective surgery after 39 weeks of gesta...
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Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) remain among the most significant and intriguing unsolved problems in obstetrics. In India, the prevalence of HDP was 7.8% with pre-eclampsia in 5.4%...
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Neuraxial anaesthesia in parturient with cardiac disease
Parturient with corrected or uncorrected cardiac problem may undergo neuraxial anaesthesia for several reasons and in different trimesters. The altered physiological state in a parturient is further...
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