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Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia

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January-March  2021|
 Vol 24 | Issue 1

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Pulmonary artery catheter – Dilemma is still on?
Pulmonary artery catheterization technique evolved and developed over the period since its invention by Swan and Ganz in 1970's. It's uses were widely described in literature. However, there...
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PRO: The pulmonary artery catheter has a paramount role in current clinical practice
Ever since its clinical introduction, the utilization of the pulmonary artery catheter (PAC) has been surrounded by multiple controversies, mostly related to imprecise clinical indications and the c...
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Comparison of thromboelastography with routine laboratory coagulation parameters to assess the hemostatic profile and prognosticate postoperative critically ill patients
Background: Patients undergoing surgery often demonstrate coagulopathy. Usually, this derangement in coagulation is assessed by the laboratory based evaluation of blood samples. However, coll...
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Review Article
CON: Pulmonary artery catheter use should be forgone in modern clinical practice
The pulmonary artery catheter (PAC) and its role in the practice of modern medicine remains to be questioned and has experienced a substantial decline in its use in the most recent decades. The comp...
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The synergistic effect of tranexamic acid and ethamsylate combination on blood loss in pediatric cardiac surgery
Background: Pediatric patients are at risk for bleeding after cardiac surgery. Administration of antifibrinolytic agents reduces postoperative blood loss. Objective: Evaluation of the...
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