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July-September 2015 | Vol 31 | Issue 3

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Empowering anesthesiologists
"The first cut from the inside was completed, and the bloody blade of the knife issued from the quivering wound, the blood flowed by the pint, the sight was sickening; the screams terrific; the operat...
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Editorial
Does the choice of colloids interfere with the outcome in critically ill patients? A critical appraisal
In this issue of the Journal, fluid management has been discussed in terms of a restricted or liberal approach. [1] Actually, two aspects have to be highlighted in this context: Acute caregivers will...
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Review Article
Ultrasound guided distal peripheral nerve block of the upper limb: A technical review
Upper extremity surgery is commonly performed under regional anesthesia. The advent of ultrasonography has made performing upper extremity nerve blocks relatively easy with a high degree of reliabilit...
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Editorial
Ultrasound - a boon for distal peripheral nerve blocks
The foray of ultrasound into regional anesthesia has revolutionized the practice of anesthesia. This technological advancement is a shot in the arm for regional anesthesia enthusiasts, thereby making ...
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Review Article
Fluid management in patients with trauma: Restrictive versus liberal approach
Trauma is a leading cause of death worldwide, and almost 30% of trauma deaths are due to blood loss. A number of concerns have been raised regarding the advisability of the classic principles of aggre...
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