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November-December  2014 |
 Vol 58 | Issue 6

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Editorial
Alpha 2 agonists in regional anaesthesia practice: Efficient yet safe?
Clonidine and dexmedetomidine, partial and selective alpha 2 agonists respectively are being studied and used in regional anaesthesia practice as adjuvant to local anaesthetic (LA) agents for a long p...
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Special Article
Neurological deterioration during intubation in cervical spine disorders
Anaesthesiologists are often involved in the management of patients with cervical spine disorders. Airway management is often implicated in the deterioration of spinal cord function. Most evidence on ...
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Clinical Investigation
Comparison of peripheral nerve stimulator versus ultrasonography guided axillary block using multiple injection technique
Background: The established methods of nerve location were based on either proper motor response on nerve stimulation (NS) or ultrasound guidance. In this prospective, randomised, observer-blin...
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Clinical Investigation
Premedication with gabapentin, alprazolam or a placebo for abdominal hysterectomy: Effect on pre-operative anxiety, post-operative pain and morphine consumption
Background and Aims : Utility of gabapentin for pre-operative anxiolysis as compared to commonly administered alprazolam is not evident. The aim of the present study was to compare the effects ...
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Clinical Investigation
Comparative evaluation of femoral nerve block and intravenous fentanyl for positioning during spinal anaesthesia in surgery of femur fracture
Background: Spinal anaesthesia is the preferred technique to fix fracture of the femur. Extreme pain does not allow ideal positioning for this procedure. Intravenous fentanyl and femoral nerve ...
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