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October-December  2015|
 Vol 18 | Issue 4

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From Editor's Desk: Ardous journey from IACTA education and research cell to Indian College of Cardiac Anaesthesia
Superspeciality medical education is an arduous journey, but with two Fellowships courses running successfully, the Indian Association of Cardiac Anaesthesiologists IACTA) patrons could see the light ...
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Editorial: Optimizing current blood utilization practices in perioperative patients using the lean team approach
Many organizations have identified miscommunication in healthcare as a frequent cause of preventable patient harm. [1] Multiple initiatives to improve team communication are underway in diverse sector...
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An analysis of the factors influencing pulmonary artery catheter placement in anesthetized patients
Background: Pulmonary artery catheters are usually placed by resident anesthesiologists with pressure wave monitoring from educational point of view. In some cases, the placement needs longer t...
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The increasing importance of percutaneous mechanical circulatory assists device therapy in heart failure management
Introduction: Advances in medical and surgical care have made it possible for an increasing number of patients with Congenital Heart disease (CHD) to live into adulthood. Transposition of the g...
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Exertional-induced bronchoconstriction: Comparison between cardiopulmonary exercise test and methacholine challenging test
Introduction: Exertional-induced bronchoconstriction is a condition in which the physical activity causes constriction of airways in patients with airway hyper- responsiveness. In this study, w...
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