International Journal of Clinical Anesthesia and Research

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Introduction

Anesthesia is considered as freedom from pain. It is a medical treatment that prevents patients from feeling pain during surgery.
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Reasons for Publishing

Since its birth in 1845, anesthesia is a relatively young science. In several countries, anesthesia has markedly progressed during the course of the last few decades. Over the last few decades, there have been significant improvements in drugs, equipment and techniques related to anesthesia.
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Aims of the Journal

The journal aims to publish manuscripts highlighting ever-expanding role of anesthesiologists which includes caring for patients during postoperative recovery, anesthesia for nonsurgical procedures and managing pain clinics or advise other specialists on how to manage pain.
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Scope of the Journal

International Journal of Clinical Anesthesia and Research integuments several components of anesthesia, including sedation, unconsciousness, immobility, analgesia (lack of pain) and amnesia (lack of memory).
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    Research Article

    Endovascular treatment of complex cerebral arterial saccular aneurysms with different methods of coiling: 14 years of experience review

    Dmytro V Scheglov*, Stanislav V Konotopchik, Maryna Y Mamonova and Oleg E Sviridyuk

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    Case Report

    Evolution of anaesthesia in transapical aortic valve implantation Running head: Anaesthesia and transcatheter valve

    Marzia Cottini*, Lappa A, Donfrancesco S and Francesco Musumeci

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    Case Report

    Submitral Ventricular Pseudoaneurysm: Unusual and Late Complication of Cardiac Surgery

    Marzia Cottini* , Amedeo Pergolini, Giordano Zampi, Vitaliano Buffa, Paolo Giuseppe Pino, Federico Ranocchi, Riccardo Gherli, De Marco Marina, Carlo Contento, Myriam Lo Presti and Francesco Musumeci

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