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Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology: Open Access is a peer reviewed journal that publishes the latest research advancements and current research in the field. The Journal offers an Open access platform for anaesthetists, clinical practitioners, diagnostic experts, academicians and researchers of clinical anaesthesiology and students.
Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology: Open Access seeks to publish the recent research outcomes in the field of Clinical Anesthesiology by focusing on vast areas within this field, including but not restricted to: Hyposedation, Anesthetic Administration, Anesthetic Meachanism, Anesthesia& Critical Care, Pain Management, Anesthesia Drugs, Analgesics, Anesthesia Side Effects, Anesthetics, Preoperative and Postoperative considerations, Advances in Anesthesia, Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, Clinical Anesthesia, Dental Anesthesia, Epidural Anesthesia, General Anesthesia, Local Anesthesia, Nerve Blocks, Obstetric Anesthesiology, Pediatric Anesthesiology, Regional Anesthesia, Sedation, Spinal Anesthesia, Surgical Anesthesia, Vascular Anesthesia, and Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics.
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Anesthesia is a way to control pain during a surgery or procedure by using medicine called anesthetics. It can help control your breathing, blood pressure, blood flow, and heart rate and rhythm. Anesthesia may be used to:Relax you, Block pain, Make you sleepy or forgetful, Make you unconscious for your surgery. Other medicines may be used along with anesthesia, such as ones to help you relax or to reverse the effects of anesthesia.
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Subarachnoid (spinal) block is a safe and effective alternative to general anesthesia when the surgical site is located on the lower extremities, perineum (eg, surgery on the genitalia or anus), or lower body wall (eg, inguinal herniorrhaphy). Because of the technical challenges of readily identifying the epidural space and the toxicity associated with the large doses of local anesthetics needed for epidural anesthesia, spinal anesthesia was the dominant form of neuraxial anesthesia well into the 20th century.
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Critical care helps people with life-threatening injuries and illnesses. It might treat problems such as complications from surgery, accidents, infections, and severe breathing problems. It involves close, constant attention by a team of specially-trained health care providers.
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Pain management can be simple or complex, depending on the cause of the pain. An example of pain that is typically less complex would be nerve root irritation from a herniated disc with pain radiating down the leg. This condition can often be alleviated with an epidural steroid injection and physical therapy.
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Preoperative care refers to health care provided before a surgical operation. The aim of preoperative care is to do whatever is right to increase the success of the surgery. At some point before the surgery the health care provider will assess the fitness of the person to have surgery. This assessment should include whatever tests are indicated, but not include screening for conditions without an indication.
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Analgesic, any drug that relieves pain selectively without blocking the conduction of nerve impulses, markedly altering sensory perception, or affecting consciousness. This selectivity is an important distinction between an analgesic and an anesthetic. Analgesics may be classified into two types: anti-inflammatory drugs, which alleviate pain by reducing local inflammatory responses; and the opioids, which act on the brain.
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Many people think that having an anaesthetic consists of just a needle, which the anaesthetist injects to make you ‘go to sleep’; after this the anaesthetist leaves you and you ‘wake up’ when the operation is over. In fact, as well as constantly looking after you during your anaesthetic, your anaesthetist gives you quite a few medications – usually somewhere between three and fifteen – all for different reasons.
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Sedation is the depression of a patient's awareness to the environment and reduction of his or her responsiveness to external stimulation. This is accomplished along a continuum of sedation levels: Minimal sedation is equivalent to anxiolysis, that is, a drug-induced relief of apprehension with minimal effect on sensorium. Moderate sedation is a depression of consciousness in which the patient can respond to external stimuli (verbal or tactile). Airway reflexes, spontaneous ventilation, and cardiovascular function are maintained.
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Obstetric anesthesia is a sub-specialty of anesthesiology that provides peripartum (time directly preceding, during or following childbirth) pain relief (analgesia) for labor and anesthesia (suppress consciousness) for cesarean deliveries ('C-sections'). Obstetric anesthesiologists typically serve as consultants to ob-gyn physicians and provide pain management for both complicated and uncomplicated pregnancies.
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A nerve block is an injection to decrease inflammation or "turn off" a pain signal along a specific distribution of nerve. Imaging guidance may be used to place the needle in the right location for maximum benefit. A nerve block may allow a damaged nerve time to heal, provide temporary pain relief and help identify a more specific cause of pain.
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