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Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia

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April-June  2019|
 Vol 22 | Issue 2

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Argon: The Future Organ Protectant?
One of the major concerns following a successful resuscitation after a cardiac arrest is the severity of brain damage. The success of every organ harvested for transplant is highly dependent on the ...
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Review Article
Propofol for sedation for direct current cardioversion
Direct current cardioversion is a low-risk and standard procedure to restore normal sinus rhythm in patients with tachyarrhythmias. It requires sedation to facilitate the procedure, as it is painful...
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Terlipressin versus norepinephrine to prevent milrinone-induced systemic vascular hypotension in cardiac surgery patient with pulmonary hypertension
Introduction: Milrinone at inotropic doses requires the addition of a vasoconstrictive drug. We hypothesized that terlipressin use could selectively recover the systemic vascular hypotension ...
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Review Article
A complete review of preclinical and clinical uses of the noble gas argon: Evidence of safety and protection
The noble gas argon (Ar) is a “biologically” active element and has been extensively studied preclinically for its organ protection properties. This work reviews all preclinical studies ...
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Comparison of full outline of unresponsiveness score and Glasgow Coma Scale in Medical Intensive Care Unit
Context: The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is the most commonly used scale, and Full Outline of Unresponsiveness (FOUR) score is new validated coma scale as an alternative to GCS in the evaluation...
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