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July-September 2016 | Vol 32 | Issue 3

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Editorial
The journey of liver transplantation: Milestones covered and the road ahead
Liver transplantation has now become an established approach for managing end-stage liver diseases, and the journey in the complex procedure of liver transplantation has come a long way, witnessing ma...
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Editorial
Resurfacing of ketamine: The subanesthetic paradigm
“Infinite diversity in infinite combinations… symbolizing the elements that create truth and beauty.” -Commander Spock. Ketamine is probably the drug that will qualify for being use...
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Review Article
Role of ketamine for analgesia in adults and children
Ketamine an N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor blocking agent and a dissociative anesthetic with neurostimulatory side effects. In recent years, multiple research trials as well as systematic review...
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Review Article
Intraoperative lung ultrasound: A clinicodynamic perspective
In the era of evidence-based medicine, ultrasonography has emerged as an important and indispensable tool in clinical practice in various specialties including critical care. Lung ultrasound (LUS) has...
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Original Article
Hepatic resection is associated with reduced postoperative opioid requirement
Background and Aims: Postoperative pain can significantly affect surgical outcomes. As opioid metabolism is liver-dependent, any reduction in hepatic volume can lead to increased opioid concent...
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