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April-June 2017 | Vol 33 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Violence against the medical profession
Violence is increasingly being used against doctors and other medical personnel. More than 75% of doctors face violence during their practice. Almost half of the violent incidents occur in critica...
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Editorial
Thoracic epidural block in sepsis: Looking beyond the known
Thoracic epidural block (TEB) is a commonly used anesthetic technique, indicated for its well-established analgesic as well as nonanalgesic effects.[1] Previously documented nonanalgesic benefits incl...
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Review Article
Newer drug delivery systems in anesthesia
A paradigm shift in drug delivery systems have been noted recently.The focus nowadays is to obtain maximum benefit with lower side effects.It is a monetary burden to launch newer molecules hence the...
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Review Article
Emerging roles of liposomal bupivacaine in anesthesia practice
Despite advances in drug technology and improvements in technology, including peripheral nerve catheters and ultrasound, postoperative pain is still a significant problem in the clinical setting world...
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Original Article
A prospective observational study of the use of desflurane anesthesia in Indian adult inpatients undergoing surgery: The Registry in India on Suprane Emergence registry
Background and Aims: Limited registry studies are available on the use of anesthetic agents. This registry was conducted to evaluate emergence outcomes in Indian adult patients undergoing sur...
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