Bharat Jagiasi

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Coronary vasospasm is characterized by chest pain at rest with ST-T changes on electro cardiogram and coronary angiography showing virtually normal coronaries. The definitive diagnosis requires the stimulation of coronary vasospasm using provocative agents, which can be life threatening. We present a case where localized stenosis of proximal left anterior(More)
Aortic root replacement in patient with a coronary artery anomaly can be challenging. We describe aortic root replacement in a patient with annuloaortic ectasia and coarctation, who had an absent left main coronary artery. There were separate origins of the left anterior descending and left circumflex coronary arteries from the aorta. The technical(More)
Current technique of airway management for impaled knife in the back includes putting the patient in lateral position and intubation. We present here a novel technique of anesthesia induction (intubation and central line insertion) in a patient with impaled knife in the back which is simple and easily reproducible. This technique can be used for single lung(More)
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