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July  2020 |
 Vol 64 | Issue 7

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Editorial
The ten essential “T's” imparting impetus to research in anaesthesiology
Anaesthesiology encompasses knowledge of probably all sub disciplines of modern medicine especially with the inclusion of critical care and pain. Despite the available avenues for research in our co...
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Perioperative fasting and feeding in adults, obstetric, paediatric and bariatric population: Practice Guidelines from the Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists
Preamble Preoperative fasting involves being nil by mouth before surgical procedures requiring sedation or anaesthesia.[1] In the postoperative period, complete avoidance of oral die...
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Original Article
Retrospective analysis of patients with severe maternal morbidity receiving anaesthesia services using 'WHO near miss approach' and the applicability of maternal severity score as a predictor of maternal outcome
Background and Aims: Risk stratification of severely morbid obstetric patients receiving anaesthesia services can be helpful in improving maternal outcomes. This study was undertaken to analy...
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Thoracolumbar curve and Cobb angle in determining spread of spinal anesthesia in Scoliosis. An observational prospective pilot study
Background and Aims: Disparity in spread of spinal anesthesia is a known complication in scoliosis patients. Our primary aim was to compare this disparity based on Cobb Angle and thorocolumba...
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Effect of liberal versus restrictive fluid therapy on intraoperative lactate levels in robot- assisted colorectal surgery
Background and Aims: Minimally invasive and robotic surgeries need lesser fluid replacement but the role of restricted fluids in robotic surgeries other than prostatic surgeries has not been ...
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