Rama Wason

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BACKGROUND Shivering is a common problem during neuraxial anaesthesia. Neuraxial anaesthesia impairs thermoregulatory control and up to a 56.7% incidence of shivering has been reported. AIM To evaluate the effectiveness of prophylactic use of intravenous ketamine, clonidine and tramadol in control of shivering and to note any side-effects of the drugs(More)
BACKGROUND Although different techniques have been developed for administering combined spinal epidural (CSE) anaesthesia, none can be described as an ideal one. OBJECTIVES WE PERFORMED A STUDY TO COMPARE TWO POPULAR CSE TECHNIQUES: Double segment technique (DST) and single segment (needle through needle) technique (SST) with another alternative(More)
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