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Journal of Anesthesia & Clinical Research

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Special issue entitled: "Obstetric Anesthesia" has been edited by
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Kal Chaudhuri, MD, PhD
Professor and Associate Chair
Director of Obstetric and Pediatric Anesthesia
Texas Tech University
Texas, USA
kallol.chaudhuri@ttuhsc.edu

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Special issue entitled: "Automatized anesthesia: NewTechnologies " has been edited by
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Moeen Panni, MD, PhD
Chairman and Associate Professor
University of Florida
Jacksonville, FL, USA
moeen.panni@jax.ufl.edu

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About the Journal

H Index: 3
Impact Factor: 0.73*
Index Copernicus Value: 5.63

Anesthesia is an integral and important part of any major surgical procedure. With time and gained knowledge this term has become a sub discipline of medical science. Established medical guidelines are available for local and general anesthesia. Various factors are important during application of anesthesia protocol where patient’s age, exact disease condition etc. should be considered with care.

The Journal of Anesthesia and Clinical Research publishes a wide range of articles in the discipline of anesthesiology including basic science, translational medicine, education, and clinical research to develop a unique platform for the authors and to encourage their contribution towards the field without any barriers of subscription and language.

This journal considers articles from all aspect of understanding related to anesthesia which includes local anesthesia, sedation, regional anesthesia, anesthetic agents, cardiac anesthesiology, nerve blocks, spinal, epidural and caudal anesthesia, general anesthesia, vasular anesthesiology, thoracic anethesiology, pediatric anesthesiology, obstetric anesthesiology, analgesics, anesthesia & critical care, spinal anesthesia, anesthetics, clinical anesthesia, dental anesthesia, vascular anesthesia, surgical anesthesia, anesthesia drugs, pediatric anesthesia, cardiothoracic anesthesia, advances in anesthesia, antipyretics, topical aalgesics, anesthesiologist communications, anesthesia and analgesia, pain killers, veterinary anesthesia, anesthesia complications, monitored anesthesia care, anesthesia case report, anesthesia care, caudal anesthesia, cardiac anesthesia, colonoscopy anesthesia, laproscopy anesthesia, anesthesia liposuction, endoscopy anesthesia, neuroaxial anesthesia, anesthesia business consultancy, thoracic anesthesia, ketamine anesthesia, nitric oxide anesthesia, allergy anesthesia, intravenous anesthesia, trauma anesthesia, hypotensive anesthesia, accupunture anesthesia, c section anesthesia, sleep apnea, geriatric anesthesia, peridural anesthesia, peribulbar anesthesia, root canal anesthesia, anesthesia nursing, spinal anesthesia complications, epidural anesthesia complications, dental anesthesia complications, nerve block anesthesia, alveolar recruitment maneuver, preanesthesia evaluation, impact of drug, pharmacology, intrathecal anesthesia, lung or alveolar recrutment maneuver, anesthesia in relation to robotic surgery, preanesthesia evaluation, impact of drug, pharmacology, intrathecal anesthesia, event of epidural anesthesia and associated side effects, anesthesia in special cases such as aryngeal atresia, tracheal agenesis, tracheal atresia, softwares for hemodynamic monitoring during application of anesthesia, laryngeal mask airway (LMA), anesthesia related machineries such as lighted stylet, jet ventilation, etc. High quality submissions are expected to maintain the standard of the journal and to attain high impact factor.

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Clinical Anesthesia

Clinical anesthesia is a practice of anesthesia to treat the patient who is undergoing a surgery or medical procedures. Clinical anesthesia addresses all the aspects such as anesthesia practice, anesthetic administration, pain treating and management rather than theoretical or laboratory studies

Local Anesthesia

Local anesthesia is a method used to induce the anesthesia which involves numbing a specific part of the body to avoid pain and discomfort during the surgical and medical procedures. To induce anesthesia local anesthetics are used which are safer to perform minor surgeries and in pain management

Sedation

Sedation is a state where anesthesia is induced in a patient by administrating sedatives. Sedation is a state where patient gets relaxed physiologically by reducing irritability, nervousness. It is a safe and effective method can be used for minor surgical and medical procedures.

Regional Anesthesia

Regional anesthesia is a method used to induce the anesthesia which involves inducing anesthesia in an appropriate part of the body. In this method local anesthetics are used by blocking the cluster of peripheral nerves to avoid pain and discomfort. It is a good procedure to avoid pain during and after surgical procedure.

Anesthetic Agents

Anesthetic agents are drugs used to induce anesthesia in the patient to avoid pain and discomfort. These anesthetics are classified into two classes: general anesthetics and local anesthetics. These anesthetics lead to reversible loss of sensation. Some of the anesthetics are as: procaine, lidocaine, cocaine, desflurane, xenon, etc.

Nerve Blocks

Nerve block is a technique used for pain treatment and pain management procedures to avoid discomfort during and after the surgical and medical procedures. In regional anesthesia a cluster of peripheral or spinal nerves in an appropriate region are blocked where surgery is to be performed by administrating the anesthetics intravenously to avoid pain and discomfort during and after the medical and surgical procedures

Spinal

Spinal cord is a bundle of nerves surrounded to the spine. It is a bundle of cylindrical nerves which is connected internally all over the body. It is the important structure between the brain and body. These spinal nerves are responsible for the transmission of pain signals through brain to entire body so, anesthetics are used to block these nerves temporarily to induce anesthesia to avoid pain. This anesthesia is termed as spinal anesthesia.

Epidural and Caudal Anesthesia

Epidural anesthesia is often termed as epidural analgesia. This method is often used in childbirth to produce loss of sensation below the waist to avoid pain and discomfort. Anesthetic is administered intravenously space around dura matter of the spinal cord. Caudal anesthesia is method used to induce anesthesia by injecting anesthetic in a caudal anal. It is used in regional blocks especially in children’s. This anesthesia is also termed as caudal block.

General Anesthesia

General anesthesia is a method used to induce anesthesia leading in a deep sleep. In these method general anesthetics are used to induce loss of reversible consciousness. This method puts you into a deep sleep during the surgery and patient will not be aware of surgery.

Thoracic Anesthesiology

Thoracic anesthesia is different from other anesthesia techniques. This method is used to perform operations on the lungs, chest, heart, esophagus, etc. in this method intubation is used to administer the non-muscular blocking agent to facilitate anesthesia.

Pediatric Anesthesiology

Pediatric anesthesiology name itself indicates it is used induce anesthesia in children’s. This method is used for the pain treatment and pain management in children’s. Children with acute and chronic painful disorders are taken pediatric anesthesiologist to treat pain disorders

Obstetric Anesthesiology

Obstetric anesthesia is related to the woman who is going to give birth to child. This anesthesia is a risky as it includes operating two life’s (mother and unborn child). The professional involved in obstetrics is termed as midwife.

Analgesics

Analgesics are drugs used to relieve the pain without inducing anesthesia. Analgesics in general are known as a pain killer. Aspirin is an example of an analgesic. Analgesia is a state induced on administrating analgesics. Analgesia can be defined as relieve from pain

Anesthesia & Critical Care

Anesthesia is a method used to prevent pain and discomfort during surgery by administering anesthetics. Anesthesia is classified into 3 classes. 1. General anesthesia 2.regional anesthesia 3.local anesthesia. Critical care is a multidisciplinary department treating the patients who are suffering from acute, chronic disorders

Spinal Anesthesia

Spinal anesthesia is a method used to induce anesthesia by blocking the cluster of spinal nerves. These spinal nerves are connected brain and induces pain signal throughout the body. So anesthetics are intravenously administered in the cerebro spinal fluid to achieve the stage of anesthesia.

Anesthetics

Anesthetics are drugs used to induce anesthesia. We have different class of anesthetics in practice such as general anesthetic, local anesthetic, regional anesthetic. Lidocaine, propaine, cocaine, desflurane, xenon are few anesthetics used to induce anesthesia to avoid pain and discomfort.

Epidural anesthesia

Epidural anesthesia is often termed as epidural analgesia. This method is often used in childbirth to produce loss of sensation below the waist to avoid pain and discomfort. Anesthetic is administered intravenously space around dura matter of the spinal cord

Dental Anesthesia

Dental anesthesia is a branch of anesthesiology which deals with the dental surgeries. Anesthetics used to induce anesthesia in dental surgeries are procaine, mepivacaine, etc. most commonly used anesthetic to achieve anesthesia in a dental surgery is lidocaine.

Vascular Anesthesia

Vascular anesthesia the term vascular is related to blood vessels. Anesthetics used to induce anesthesia during vascular surgeries are termed as vascular anesthesia. Vascular system can be defined as a network of blood vessels. Few of vascular surgeries are as deep vein thrombosis, abdominal angina, etc.

Surgical Anesthesia

Surgical anesthesia can be defined as anesthesia induced during surgery to avoid pain and discomfort. Before going to surgery, anesthesia is given by administering anesthetics based on requirement to avoid pain and discomfort. Loss of consciousness is a temporary and reversible.

Anesthesia Drugs

Anesthesia drugs are also known as “anesthetics” used to induce anesthesia to avoid pain and discomfort during and after surgery. Benzodiazepines, Diazepam, Lorazepam, Midazolam, Etomidate, Ketamine, Propofol. These drugs can be administered intravenously.

Pediatric Anesthesia

Anesthesiologist who takes care of infant and children related to pain management is termed as pediatric anesthesia. Pediatric anesthesia is a department of anesthesia where anesthesiologist has a responsibility to induce safe and effective anesthesia in children’s. It is a complicated procedure to deal with children affected with chronic pain diseases.

Cardiothoracic Anesthesia

Cardiothoracic Anesthesia is a sub department of anesthesia which specifically deals with the heart or chest/lung related pain diseases. This department deals with the postoperative, intraoperative, and preoperative care of adult patients undergoing cardiothoracic surgery. It is a subspecialty of medical practice under the department of anesthesia.

Advances in Anesthesia

Anesthesia is a core group of medical practice in the field of pain management. In last decade tremendous development had taken place towards safe and effective practice of anesthesia easing surgeon’s to carry out surgical procedures with more accuracy and minimum discomfort to the patient. Quality of research has led to discover the practice of safe and effective anesthesia.

Anesthesia Side Effects

Although the quality research and practice of safe and effective anesthesia has minimized its side effects, but more work has to be done to avoid few side effects such as after subjected to anesthesia patients might feel sick, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, faint, sore throat which may last for few hours to few days based on the individual and anesthetics

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*Unofficial 2014 Impact Factor was established by dividing the number of articles published in 2012 and 2013 with the number of times they are cited in 2014 based on Google search and the Scholar Citation Index database. If ‘X’ is the total number of articles published in 2012 and 2013, and ‘Y’ is the number of times these articles were cited in indexed journals during 2014 than, impact factor = Y/X

 

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