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October  2017 |
 Vol 61 | Issue 10

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Editorial
Newer airway assessment techniques: A view on their utility
The established predictors of difficult airway, both clinical and radiology based, have limitations in routine practice. They do not account for lower airway pathology and the dynamic part of centra...
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Special Article
Enhancing airway assessment of patients with head and neck pathology using virtual endoscopy
Studies have demonstrated that poor assessment and planning contribute to airway complications and that current airway assessment strategies have a poor diagnostic accuracy in predicting difficult i...
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Dose-reversal effect relationship of three different doses of neostigmine in obese patients: A randomised clinical trial
Background and Aims: Previous studies suggest that administration of vecuronium based on total body weight rather than ideal body weight (IBW) in obesity results in overdosing with prolonged ...
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Infusion dose requirement of rocuronium in patients on phenytoin therapy – A prospective comparative study
Background and Aims: Patients with intracranial tumour are usually on anticonvulsants. Patients on phenytoin therapy demonstrate rapid metabolism of nondepolarising muscle relaxants secondary...
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Perioperative sildenafil therapy for children with ventricular septal defects and associated pulmonary hypertension undergoing corrective surgery: A randomised clinical trial
Background and Aims: Sildenafil is known to reduce pulmonary artery pressure but its role in the perioperative period has not been well studied. We aimed to evaluate the efficacy of sildenafi...
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