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REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Intraoperative hypotension: pathophysiology, clinical relevance, and therapeutic approaches
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Outcomes of Intrathecal Analgesia in Multipara Women Undergoing Normal Vaginal Delivery: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
2.  Erector spinae plane block for complete surgical anaesthesia and postoperative analgesia for breast surgeries: A prospective feasibility study of 30 cases.
3.  A STUDY TO EVALUATE AND COMPARE INTUBATING LARYNGEAL MASK AIRWAY AND AIR-Q INTUBATING LARYNGEAL AIRWAY FOR INTUBATION USING PARKER FLEX TIP TUBE
4.  Correlation between correctly sized uncuffed endotracheal tube and ultrasonographically determined subglottic diameter in paediatric population’
5.  A study of effect of lateral position on oropharyngeal seal pressure of i-gel® and ProSeal™ LMA in children
6.  Quantifying influence of epidural analgesia on entropy guided general anaesthesia using sevoflurane – a randomised controlled trial
CASE REPORT
1.  PEEP as a novel method to thwart CO2 leakage from capnothorax in Robotic-assisted thoracoscopic surgery.
2.  A negative preoperative 99mTechnetium tetrofosmin myocardial perfusion imaging scan with postoperative acute coronary syndrome - a case of balanced ischaemia.
3.  Flickering diaphragm sign, an indicator of laparoscopy associated pneumothorax secondary to pleural breach.
4.  Haemodynamic and analgesic control in an perioperative opioid-free approach to bariatric surgery – a case report
5.  A Rare Occurrence of Accidental Exposure to UV Radiation among Operating Theatre Personnel
6.  Anaesthesia concerns and perioperative management in a child with Digeorge syndrome with corrected tetralogy of Fallot (ToF) with pulmonary atresia posted for laparoscopic orchidopexy: Case report
BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS
1.  Postoperative Pulmonary Complications (PPC) in robot assisted uro-oncological surgeries: Our experience in a tertiary cancer care centre
2.  Talking the walk to walking the talk
3.  Ultrasound lumbar sympathetic block: out of plane approach with insulated stimulation needle - case series of three patients
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Breach in the epidural catheter by a spinal needle : is it just a theoretical risk?
2.  Ultrasound guided peripheral artery cannulation: A Mandate, not an Option.
3.  TRACHEOSTOMY CREATION LEADING TO INNOMINATE ARTERY PSEUDOANEURYSM: A CASE REPORT
4.  Oculocardiac reflex in an anophthalmic eye
5.  GANGLIONIC TRIGEMINOCARDIAC REFLEX: A LESS KNOWN PRESENTATION OF A WELL KNOWN ENTITY
6.  Anaesthetic management of a patient with sacral nerve stimulator or sacral neuromodulation
7.  Difficult central venous cannulation in Cushing’s syndrome: Ultrasound guided BCV cannulation to the rescue.
8.  Distorted supraclavicular brachial plexus anatomy due to cervical rib with a knuckle – Usefulness of ultrasound in planning a RA strategy.
9.  Use of Glide Scope for enhanced airway challenges in Treacher Collins syndrome
10.  Living Donor Liver Transplantation in a Patient with Severe Portopulmonary Hypertension
11.  Anesthetic management and considerations in a patient with chronic dicyclomine addiction
12.  Short and/or long laryngoscope handle – ‘Sandesh Combihandle’
13.  An alternative and novel usage for ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane block: extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy in a pediatric patient
14.  Inadvertent dural puncture: Is excess flexion of spine a possible cause?
15.  Post traumatic recurrent ventricular tachycardia in intensive care unit: It’s time not to give up


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