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August  2016 |
 Vol 60 | Issue 8

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Editorial
Are we ready for submental diversions?
In patients with maxillofacial injuries, airway management technique is selected to ensure it does not interfere with surgical access. Trachea can be intubated through orotracheal, nasotracheal, retro...
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Review Article
Angioedema: Classification, management and emerging therapies for the perioperative physician
Angioedema is a rare condition which manifests as sudden localised, non-pitting swelling of certain body parts including skin and mucous membranes. It is vital that anaesthesiologists understand this ...
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Original Article
Importance of fibrinogen in dilutional coagulopathy after neurosurgical procedures: A descriptive study
Background and Aims : The routine management of coagulopathy during surgery involves assessing haemoglobin, prothrombin time (PT), activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT) and platelets. Co...
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Evaluation of timings and outcomes in category-one caesarean sections: A retrospective cohort study
Background and Aims: A decision-to-delivery interval (DDI) of 30 min for category-one caesarean section (CS) deliveries is the standard of practice recommended by clinical guidelines. Our insti...
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An observational cohort study on pre-operative investigations and referrals: How far are we following recommendations?
Background and Aims: Pre-operative investigations are often required to supplement information for risk stratification and assessing reserve for undergoing surgery. Although there are evidence-...
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