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July-August  2014 |
 Vol 58 | Issue 4

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Editorial
Unintentional dural puncture and postdural puncture headache-can this headache of the patient as well as the anaesthesiologist be prevented?
Unintentional dural puncture (UDP) during epidural anaesthesia is not very uncommon. Several surveys have assessed the rate of UDP during epidural catheter placement and recorded frequencies varying f...
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Special Article
Role of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in post-operative analgesia
The use of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) as non-pharmacological therapeutic modality is increasing. The types of TENS used clinically are conventional TENS, acupuncture TENS and i...
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Clinical Investigation
Comparison of supraglottic devices i-gel ® and LMA Fastrach ® as conduit for endotracheal intubation
Background and Aims: i-gel®, a recently introduced supraglottic airway device (SAD) has been claimed to be an efficient supraglottic airway. It can also be used as a conduit for...
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Special Article
An economical model for mastering the art of intubation with different video laryngoscopes
Video laryngoscope (VL) provides excellent laryngeal exposure in patients when anaesthesiologists encounter difficulty with direct laryngoscopy. Videolaryngoscopy, like flexible fibreoptic laryngoscop...
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Clinical Investigation
Arousal time from sedation during spinal anaesthesia for elective infraumbilical surgeries: Comparison between propofol and midazolam
Background and Aims: Studies have already compared propofol and midazolam as sedatives during regional anaesthesia. A few studies have focused on recovery characteristics and very few have util...
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