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Prophylactic Granisetron Vs Pethidine for the Prevention of Postoperative Shivering: A Randomized Control Trial
The prophylactic use of granisetron (40mcg.kg−1) and pethidine 25mg intravenous were found to be effective in preventing postoperative shivering and the difference between Groups P and G was not statistically significant (p>0.05).
Pre-treatment with intravenous granisetron to alleviate pain on propofol injection: A double-blind, randomized, controlled trial
This randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blinded study concludes that pre-treatment with granisetron along with venous occlusion for 1 min for prevention of propofol-induced pain was highly successful.
Obstructive sleep apnoea and anaesthesia
- A. Rudra, S. Chatterjee, T. Das, S. Sengupta, G. Maitra, P. Kumar
- MedicineIndian journal of critical care medicine : peer…
- 1 July 2008
In this review article pathophysiology, diagnosis, and perioperative management of this group of patients have been discussed in detail.
Effect of ketamine on bispectral index during propofol--fentanyl anesthesia: a randomized controlled study.
- S. Sengupta, S. Ghosh, A. Rudra, Palash Kumar, G. Maitra, T. Das
- MedicineMiddle East journal of anaesthesiology
- 1 October 2011
Under stable propofol anesthesia, a bolus ofketamine 0.5 mg/kg increases BIS values while ketamines 0.2mg/kg does not, and B IS values in Group K2 were comparable to those in Group N.
Trauma in pregnancy
Pregnancy must always be suspected in any female trauma patient of childbearing age until proved otherwise because unique changes in anatomy and physiology that takes place during pregnancy alter the pathophysiology and location of maternal injuries in pregnancy, which may be significantly different from the non-pregnant state.
Parkinson's Disease and Anaesthesia
Particular anaesthetic problems in Parkinson's disease include respiratory, cardiovascular, and neurological, and recommendations are made about suitable anaesthetic technique.
Renal Dysfunction after Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery- Risk Factors and Preventive Strategies
- G. Maitra, A. Ahmed, A. Rudra, R. Wankhede, S. Sengupta, T. Das
- MedicineIndian journal of anaesthesia
- 1 August 2009
Postoperative renal dysfunction is a relatively common and one of the serious complications of cardiac surgery, and the most important preventive strategies are the identification of the preoperative risk factors and therefore the high risk groups by developing clinical scoring systems.
Fluid resuscitation in trauma
Recent data suggest that restrictive strategy of red cell transfusion may improve outcome in some critically ill patients, and a number of hemoglobin solutions are under development, but one of these has been withdrawn recently.
Anaesthetic Implications of Substance Abuse in Adolescent
A complete understanding of the pathophysiology and anaesthetic implications of drug abuse in adolescent is essential to tailor a safe anaesthetic plan for these high-risk groups of patients.
Reflex circulatory responses after three stages of nasotracheal intubation and two stages of orotracheal intubation: A comparative study
It was showed that systolic, diastolic and mean arterial pressures were significantly increased after intubation procedures in all the five groups compared to pre-procedure values, and NTI produced a significant rise in blood pressure.