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October  2020 |
 Vol 64 | Issue 10

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Editing from the dungeons of the pandemic; an editor's agonisingly painful battle with COVID-19
Lying in the high dependency unit along with one's family, with the uncertainty of being shifted any moment to the coronavirus disease intensive care unit (COVID ICU) looming over the head (as 2...
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Review Article
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy: Can it be a novel supportive therapy in COVID-19?
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a pandemic caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV2). Although 85% of infected patients remain asymptomatic, 5% show se...
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Original Article
Comparison of effects of volume-controlled and pressure-controlled mode of ventilation on endotracheal cuff pressure and respiratory mechanics in laparoscopic cholecystectomies: A randomised controlled trial
Background and Aims: One of the pathophysiological consequences of pneumoperitoneum is variations in endotracheal cuff pressure (ETTc). Volume-controlled mode and pressure-controlled mode of ...
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Role of ultrasonographic inferior venacaval assessment in averting spinal anaesthesia-induced hypotension for hernia and hydrocele surgeries—A prospective randomised controlled study
Background and Aims: Hypotension is one of the most common side effects of spinal anaesthesia and preoperative volume status is one of the predictive variables for developing spinal-induced h...
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Original Article
Role of videolaryngoscope in the management of difficult airway in adults: A survey
Background and Aims: A number of videolaryngoscopes (VLs) have flooded the Indian market. As per All India Difficult Airway Association 2016 guidelines, all anaesthesiologists should have acc...
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