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July  2015 |
 Vol 59 | Issue 7

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Editorial
Scientific misconduct and unethical practices in anaesthesiology: Stumbling blocks to quality research and publications
The celebrations heralding modern anaesthesia were clouded in controversy when a serious legal fight broke out among Sir WTG Morton, Crawford Long and Horace Wells, each claiming credit for the invent...
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Special Article
Scientific misconducts and authorship conflicts: Indian perspective
This article is a narrative review about how appropriate authorship can be achieved, a brief mention about various scientific misconducts, the reason and consequences of such misconducts and finally, ...
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Clinical Investigation
Comparative study of Episure™ AutoDetect™ syringe versus glass syringe for identification of epidural space in lower thoracic epidural
Background and Aims: Episure™ AutoDetect™ syringe (EAS), a spring-loaded syringe, is a new loss-of-resistance syringe used to identify epidural space. It has an advant...
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Clinical Investigation
Comparison of analgesic efficacy of flupirtine maleate and ibuprofen in gynaecological ambulatory surgeries: A randomized controlled trial
Background and Aims: Flupirtine maleate is a centrally acting, non-opioid analgesic with unique muscle relaxant properties as compared to common analgesics. The aim of this study ...
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Clinical Investigation
Effectiveness of single dose conivaptan for correction of hyponatraemia in post-operative patients following major head and neck surgeries
Background and Aims: Conivaptan, a vasopressin receptor antagonist, is commonly used for the treatment of euvolaemic, hypervolaemic hyponatraemia. Usually, an intravenous (IV) bol...
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