Ravi G Wankhede

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Major obstetric hemorrhage is an extremely challenging obstetric emergency associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Pharmacological treatment of uterine atony has not altered much in recent years apart from the increasing use ofmisoprostol, although controversy surrounds its advantages over other uterotonics. Placenta accreta is becoming more(More)
SUMMARY Shivering-the "Big Little Problem" has an incidence of 60% in early recovery phase following general anaesthesia. A number of techniques have been tried to prevent postoperative shivering. Previous study showed that, ondansetron in higher doses reduces postoperative shivering. Therefore, this study was done to compare the efficacy of prophylactic(More)
SUMMARY Postoperative renal dysfunction is a relatively common and one of the serious complications of cardiac surgery. Though off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery technique avoids cardiopulmonary bypass circuit induced adverse effects on renal function, multiple other factors cause postoperative renal dysfunction in these groups of patients. Acute(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Limited registry studies are available on the use of anesthetic agents. This registry was conducted to evaluate emergence outcomes in Indian adult patients undergoing surgery with desflurane anesthesia. MATERIAL AND METHODS This multicenter, prospective, non-interventional, observational study (Registry in India on Suprane Emergence(More)
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