Anesthesia is considered as freedom from pain. It is a medical treatment that prevents patients from feeling pain during surgery. Several researches in anesthesia have made possible countless procedures that improve human health, longevity and quality of life. With time and gained knowledge this term has become a sub discipline of medical science.

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2020-11-10 Case Report


Nasopalatin duct cysts: Report of ten cases and review of literature

Melike Baygin*, Melek Koltuk and Banu Gurkan Koseoglu


Nasopalatine duct cyst is the most common non-odontogenic cyst. It develops in the midline of the anterior maxilla. It is usually asymptomatic and sometimes it can be overlooked or misdiagnosed. We present 10 patients who applied to Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry, D…

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2020-09-29 Research Article


A comparison of complications associated with nutrition between the patients receiving enteral or parenteral in the intensive care unit

Seyhan Sumeyra Asci, Ahmet Eroglu* and Coskun Asci


The aim of this study was to investigate and compare the complications including infection and mortality associated with enteral and parenteral nutrition on patients in the ICU of a university hospital.

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2020-06-15 Research Article


The choice of optimal modern muscle relaxants (rocuronium bromide, atracurium besilate and cisatracurius besilate) in one-day surgery in children

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2020-05-25 Case Report


Anaesthetic management of an elderly patient with ischaemic heart disease and previous MI undergoing elective inguinal hernia repair: Case report

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2019-07-09 Research Article


Blockade of the distal sciatic nerve with the patient in the supine position using a newly developed position aid with integrated ultrasound probe holder

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Objectives: To evaluate the function of this novel femoral s…

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2019-07-04 Case Report


Benzine as fire source in operation room

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2018-12-19 Research Article


Knowledge, attitudes and skills of doctors, nurses and emergency medical technicians in pre-hospital care and emergency medicine who accompany patients in ambulances which arrive at the National Hospital of Sri Lanka

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2018-11-20 Research Article


Some aspects of quality of ambulance care and completeness of information in the transfer forms of emergency patients who arrived in ambulances at the National Hospital of Sri Lanka

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Methods: T…

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2018-11-13 Research Article


Effects of intraoperative epidural anesthesia during hepatectomy on intraoperative and post-operative patient outcomes

Christopher Mallard, Brad Withers, Brooke Bauer, Paul A Sloan, Sean Dineen and Annette Rebel*


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2018-10-23 Research Article


Assessing the Neurocognitive function effects of ketamine in Cardiac Surgical patients

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