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African Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

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The purpose of the African Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care is to provide a medium for the dissemination of original works in Africa and other parts of the world about anaesthesia and  intensive care including the application of basic sciences

Vol 16, No 1 (2016)

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Articles

A Comparative Study of the Block Characteristics of Spinal Bupivacaine Alone and Spinal Bupivacaine with Dexmedetomidine for Lower Abdominal Surgeries EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Chigozie B Uwandu, S. Fyneface-Ogan, Longinus N. Ebirim 1-7
Does the Addition of Neostigmine to Intrathecal Bupivacaine-Fentanyl provide Significant Haemodynamic Stability in Patients Undergoing Surgery under Spinal Anaesthesia? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mukaila O. Akinwale, Patience T. Sotunmbi, Olurantia Akinyemi 8-13
Comparison of the Success Rates and Haemodynamic Changes of Caudal Block .and Dorsal Penile Nerve Block in Paediatric Day-Case Circumcision EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Panda U. Shehu, Abubakar S. Adamu, Samboy Tanimu, Mohammed Tela, Samuelwabada Saniadamu 14-18
Vasovagal Syncope during Epidural Catheterization before Administration of Local Anaesthetics EMAIL FULL TEXT
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O. Idehen Hanson, P. Edomwonyi Nosa 19-22


ISSN: 0794-2184
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