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Anesthesiology communications is a peer reviewed journal that aims to publish research dealing with anaesthesiology and its various branches and applications. The journal highlights the ground-breaking research in the field of anaesthetics as well as the new horizons in the administration of anaesthesia during pre-operative phase, intra operative phase as well as post-operative phase.
The journal focuses on the various aspects of anesthesiology like airway management, fluid management, anesthetic equipment, monitoring patient response, anesthetic techniques, patient recovery, post-operative pain management etc.
The primary focus of the journal lies in the exploration of the novice techniques and research in the field of anesthesiology and exploring the leading-edge technology for the administration of the various classes of anaesthetics for patients.
The journal of Anesthesiology Communications has assembled together renowned scientists in the Editorial board. All the manuscripts are subjected to vigorous peer-review process to ensure quality and originality.
In addition to research articles, the journal also publishes high quality commentaries reviews and perspectives aimed at encapsulating the latest knowledge that synthesizes new theories and treatment strategies for the better management of the analgesics and anesthetics during and post operations.
The team of the the journal of Anesthesiology communications takes immense pride in providing a streamlined and unbiased publishing process. Anaesthesiology communications journal provides an encouraging platform to the scientists for sharing their valuable research in the field of anaesthesiology research.
The journal of Anesthesiology communications is an academic journal which aims to publish most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Reports, Short Communications etc. in all areas of the field making them freely available online without any restrictions or any subscription to the researchers worldwide.
These are the substances that block the parasympathetic nerve impulses by blocking the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. They are used to produce sedation during surgical procedures.
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vasoactive agents are drugs that are either used for increasing the heart rate or decreasing the heart rate. This is achieved by vasodilation and vasoconstriction. This helps in keeping the hemodynamics under control. For example: histamine, bradykinin, angiotensin etc.
It is a drug that is used for treating side effects of opioid analgesics and general anesthetics. They are also used as recovery drugs against chemotherapy directed medication against cancer.
Inhaled agents: the chemical compounds that can be administered to be delivered by inhalation are called inhalation anesthetic. These chemicals possess the quality of general anesthetics and are delivered using anesthetic vaporizers and anesthetic delivery system.
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Anesthesia is the practice of inducing insensitivity to pain by the administration of gases or drugs before a surgical procedure. Anesthesia leads to a state of loss of sensitivity in the body. Anesthesia can be general or local in nature depending on the surgical procedure. An anesthetist is a physician who practices administration of anesthetics for medical procedures.
Related Journals: Journal of Anesthesia & Clinical Research, Journal of Surgery and Anesthesia, Pain, British Journal of Anesthesia, Anesthesiology, Palliative Medicine, Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.
Airway management is done to ensure proper exchange of gases when a patient is anesthetized. Airway anatomy assessment and management plays an important role in the administration of the anesthetics during surgeries.
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Fluid resuscitation or fluid management is a technique of restoring fluid in the tissues of the body.This maintains tissue oxygenation and perfusion.
The medical history of the patient is considered before administering an anaesthetic. An anesthetic machine is used for the delivery of gas based anesthesia while sometimes injections are also used for the administration of anesthesia before subjecting a patienty to a surgery.
The medical surgeries these days are performed by the usage of anesthetics which can be local, general, sedation and regional. The type of anesthetic used depends on the nature of the medical procedure.
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The post-operative phase involves care and monitoring of the patient by a nurse. This phase involves the process of recovery of the patient from the effect of anesthesia and surgery. The patient should have adequate ventilation, stable hemodynamics, pain control etc. post a surgery.
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it is a medical condition in which a patient gets severe muscle contractions along with high rise in body temperature when subjected to an anesthetic. High fever, rigidity of muscles, fast heart rate is some of the symptoms of the disease. This medical condition is treated using dantrolene, a muscle relaxant that prevents release of calcium ions during an attack.
It is a form of anesthesia procedure provided to a women during childbirth. It includes anesthesia for episiotomy, labor, paracervical block, pudendal block, c- section etc.
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It is a branch of anesthesiology that deals with the anesthesia for infants, children, neonates etc. A pediatric anaesthesiologist specialises in administering anaesthesia to infants and children undergoing minor and major surgeries
The opioid antagonists acts on opioid receptors and prevents response towards opioids. These drugs are primarily used for reversing the opioid overdoses and sometimes also used to treat alcohol dependence. Naloxone, naltrexone and Nalgene are some of the common examples of opioid antagonist.
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A muscle relaxant is a drug that decreases residual muscle tension and affects skeletal muscles. Neuromuscular blockers and spasmolytic are the two groups of muscle relaxants that are administered in intensive care and medical emergencies to cause temporary loss of muscle function.
These are a class of anesthetics that are used to relieve anxiety in patients. They are often referred to as minor tranquilizers. Carbamates, antihistamines, barbiturates etc. are some of the example of anxiolytics.
These are a group of anesthetics that obstruct the nerve pathways and can cause loss of muscle power. Clinically aminoamide and amino ester local anesthetics are used by physicians.