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Welcome to the ISRA

2018-03-26T16:01:24+00:00

Welcome to ISRA's library of recent publications by Irish authors in the field of Regional Anaesthesia.

Welcome to the ISRA2018-03-26T16:01:24+00:00

Perioperative regional anaesthesia and postoperative longer-term outcomes.

2018-02-20T21:27:19+00:00

Perioperative regional anaesthesia and postoperative longer-term outcomes. Abstract Regional anaesthesia provides effective anaesthesia and analgesia in the perioperative setting. Central neuraxial blocks-that is, spinal and epidural blocks-are well established as an alternative or adjunct to general anaesthesia. Peripheral blocks may be used as part of multimodal anaesthesia/analgesia in perioperative practice, reducing the need [...]

Perioperative regional anaesthesia and postoperative longer-term outcomes.2018-02-20T21:27:19+00:00

Postoperative analgesic effect, of preoperatively administered dexamethasone, after operative fixation of fractured neck of femur: randomised, double blinded controlled study.

2018-03-25T15:46:02+00:00

Postoperative analgesic effect, of preoperatively administered dexamethasone, after operative fixation of fractured neck of femur: randomised, double blinded controlled study. Abstract BACKGROUND: Fractured neck of femur is a common cause of hospital admission in the elderly and usually requires operative fixation. In a variety of clinical settings, preoperative glucocorticoid administration has improved analgesia [...]

Postoperative analgesic effect, of preoperatively administered dexamethasone, after operative fixation of fractured neck of femur: randomised, double blinded controlled study.2018-03-25T15:46:02+00:00

Liberal perioperative fluid administration is an independent risk factor for morbidity

2018-03-26T16:19:13+00:00

Liberal perioperative fluid administration is an independent risk factor for morbidity and is associated with longer hospital stay after rectal cancer surgery. Abstract INTRODUCTION Recent studies have advocated the use of perioperative fluid restriction in patients undergoing major abdominal surgery as part of an enhanced recovery protocol. Series reported to date include a [...]

Liberal perioperative fluid administration is an independent risk factor for morbidity2018-03-26T16:19:13+00:00
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