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February  2021 |
 Vol 65 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS)…. still a distant speck on the horizon !
Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) is a protocolised scientific pathway consisting of multimodal evidence-based strategies at every step of perioperative care to reduce the surgical stress respo...
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Original Article
Deep versus superficial erector spinae block for modified radical mastectomy: A randomised controlled pilot study
Background and Aims: Forero et al. described two approaches of erector spinae (ES) plane block: superficial and deep to erector spinae muscle. We hypothesised that the superficial tech...
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Comparison of analgesic efficacy of intrathecal 1% 2-chloroprocaine with or without fentanyl in elective caesarean section: A prospective, double-blind, randomised study
Background and Aims: Preservative free 1% 2-chlorprocaine is a short acting local anaesthetic agent suitable for day care surgical procedures. Potentiation of analgesic action of intrathe...
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Implementation and adherence to a speciality-specific checklist for neurosurgery and its influence on patient safety
Background and Aims: Neurosurgery involves a high level of expertise coupled with enduring and long duration of working hours. There is a paucity of published literature about the experience ...
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Postoperative analgesic efficacy of the pulmonary recruitment manoeuvre compared to intraperitoneal hydrocortisone in laparoscopic gynaecological surgeries
Background and Aims: Laparoscopic surgeries are becoming attractive because of early recovery. Adequate postoperative pain relief may be a major concern. Several methods have been used to relie...
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