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Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia

 
Current Issue

January-March  2015|
 Vol 18 | Issue 1

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Editorial
Evolutionary change: The new face of Annals of Cardiac Anesthesia
Wishing the readers a very happy 2015 from the editorial office of annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia "Annals of Cardiac Anesthesia (ACA)," the official Journal of Indian Cardiovascular Thoracic Anesthes...
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Invited Editorial
Is cardiac anaesthesiologist the best person to look after cardiac critical care?
Intensive care medicine also referred to as critical care medicine is that body of specialist knowledge and practice which is concerned with the treatment of patients who are at risk of recovering fro...
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Original Article
The analgesic efficacy of continuous presternal bupivacaine infusion through a single catheter after cardiac surgery
Background: Median sternotomy, sternal spreading, and sternal wiring are the main causes of pain during the early recovery phase following cardiac surgery. Aim: This study was designed t...
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Original Article
Diastolic function and new-onset atrial fibrillation following cardiac surgery
Background: Numerous studies have reported predictors of new-onset postoperative atrial fibrillation (POAF) following cardiac surgery, which is associated with increased length of stay, cost of...
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Commentary
The analgesic efficacy of continuous presternal bupivacaine infusion through a single catheter after cardiac surgery: A commentary
Pain relief after cardiothoracic surgery is important, several choices of providing it are available. Either opioid agents (intravenous bolus or infusion or intrathecal), or oral supplements, or neura...
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