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SPECIAL ARTICLE
1.  Role of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in postoperative analgesia
CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
1.  A prospective randomised double blinded study of intrathecal fentanyl and dexmedetomidine along with low dose bupivacaine spinal anesthesia for lower abdominal surgeries
2.  A comparative evaluation of Epidural and General anaesthetic technique for renal surgeries. A Randomized prospective study.
3.  Effect of rigid cervical collar on tracheal intubation using Airtraq®
CASE REPORT
1.  Cardiac tamponade secondary to perforation of innominate vein following central line insertion in a neonate.
2.  Anaesthetic management of a patient with Deep Brain Stimulation implant for radical nephrectomy .
3.  Horner’s syndrome and weakness of upper limb after epidural anesthesia for caesarean section
BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS
1.  Methemoglobinemia- Faulty probe or faulty haemoglobin,
2.  A M Bronchotrainer : A New Training Device.
3.  “Outcome of in-hospital, out of intensive care and operation room cardiac arrests in a tertiary referral hospital in India:comparison of outcomes of two audits.”
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Coiling of guide wire in the internal jugular vein during central venous catheter insertion: a rare complication
2.  LEARNING FROM OUR MISTAKES: A CASE OF A CONCEALED HISTORY AND A CASUAL RESIDENT.
3.  Anaesthesia in a patient with univentricular heart for emergency craniotomy – a case report
4.  Syringe label: A potential source of dosage error
5.  Anaesthetic management of a child with a rare congenital malformation – bilateral macrostomia as an isolated asyndromic entity
6.  Application of Valsalva maneuver to facilitate resection of Intradiploic Arachnoid Cyst
7.  Common source but a rare cause for intraoperative breathing circuit leak - every anaesthesiologist should be aware of
8.  Anaesthesia mumps in a Child- A rare entity
9.  Cardiovascular manifestations of perioperative acute urinary bladder overdistension
10.  Misinterpretation of Minimum Alveolar Concentration: Importance of Entering Demographic Variables
11.  Anaesthetic management of a patient with Osler-Weber-Rendus’syndrome posted for Youngs’ procedure
12.  Difficult flexible fibre-optic bronchoscopy: assist it with videolaryngoscopy!
COMMENTS ON PUBLISHED ARTICLE
1.  Nasopharyngeal airway as a diagnostic and therapeutic tool in difficult airway


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