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  • AHA CPR GUIDELINES 2010
    on Nov 5, 2010 in CPR
    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is an emergency life saving procedure consisting of  delivering effective chest compressions and effective ventilations to a victim of cardiac arrest. The American Society of Anesthesiology and European Re...
  • EVOLUTION THROUGH REVOLUTION, COMMEMORATING ETHER DAY!
    on Oct 15, 2010 in ether day
    So the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and he slept; then He took one of his ribs and closed up the flesh at that place.( Genesis 2:21) Who is the first Anaesthesiologist then? its Lord,The God almighty. Adam was first formed,...
  • THE ROLE OF CLASSIC LMA IN DIFFICULT AIRWAY.
    on Sep 23, 2010
    The recent development in the management of "difficult airway" is the incorporation of LMA into its algorithm. Since the introduction of LMA in 1981 they have been widely evaluated for their efficacy in managing difficult airways and have been proven...
  • ANAESTHESIA FOR STRABISMUS SURGERY.
    on Aug 31, 2010 in strabismus
    One of the commonly performed ophthalmic surgery in the pediatric age group.The surgical procedure is simple and short but often associated with unexpected peri operative complications, but most of them can be successfully managed by immedi...
  • WIRELESS PAC CLINIC, THE SCOPE
    on Jul 15, 2010
    Do you think the PAC clinics have started disappearing? Are they essential for pre anaesthetic evaluation? This issue has recently been emerged as a topic for discussion in some Anaesthesia conference. Eventhough at first thought,  you may...
  • MISDIRECTED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERScenario 1. A 23 yr old patient with antepartum hemorrhage was taken to OT for Caesarean section. She had profuse bleeding on table  but could be controlled following delivery of baby, with blood transfusion and colloids. The chest on auscultati...
  • ARTIFICIAL BLOOD, HOPE FOR THE FUTURE?
    on Jun 21, 2010 in Artificial blood
    A sigh of relief, the tension is relieved as the gynaecologist took the baby out with great  difficulty through the incision. The  indication for caesarean section was severe fetal distress and the OT atmosphere has now turne...
  • HOW TO WEAN AND WHEN?
    on May 14, 2010 in mechanical ventilation
    A patient is considered fit for weaning from ventilator when he is conscious responsive and hemodynamically stable and when the pathology which necessitated mechanical ventilation has been resolved adequately.Improved patient outcomes and decrea...
  • STRESS AND ANAESTHETIST
    on May 7, 2010 in stress
    The previous night duty was so busy and i was tired out.The exploratory laparotomy went upto 2 am in the morning.Today i got up late and found my bus just leaving.My colleague staying next door offered me a lift but i reached hospital late.The mornin...
  • DIFFUSION HYPOXIA
    on Apr 28, 2010 in hypoxia
    More than pain, he was worried of the disfigurement it caused.A small nevus just above the right eyebrow was a source of worry and disappointment which made him think of a cosmetic repair for better appearance. Mathew Davids,a 38 year old software en...
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