Minati Choudhury

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SUMMARY The uncommon congenital cardiac anomaly, total anomalous pulmonary venous connection is incompatible with life unless early surgical intervention is done. Most of the post operative problems and mortality in these children are also due to the changes in pulmonary vasculature. We hereby report two such cases that experienced a stormy postoperative(More)
Depression is common in patients with ischemic heart disease. According to mental health surveys, approximately one-fifth of the patients with angiographic evidence of coronary artery disease have major depression.[1] It is well-recognized that stigma associated with mental disorders leads to individuals avoiding treatment or concealing treatment for them.(More)
Patients with coexisting peripheral vascular disease and coronary artery disease constitute a high risk surgical group. Perioperative management of such patients is an anaesthetic challenge. A 57-year-old male presented with critical limb ischaemia and impending gangrene of the right lower limb. Associated coronary artery disease with triple vessel(More)
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