Saudi Journal of Anaesthesia
 

Saudi Journal of Anaesthesia (SJA) is official publication of the Saudi Anaesthetic Association. It publishes peer reviewed original articles and highlights the current advances in anaesthesia and related sciences. It is also to encourage and stimulate associated scientific research and communication between hospitals and universities in Saudi Arabia, the Arab countries and the rest of the World. The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents and permits authors to self-archive final accepted version of the articles on any OAI-compliant institutional / subject-based repository. The journal does not charge for submission, processing or publication of manuscripts and even for color reproduction of photographs.

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April-June 2021 | Vol 15 | Issue  2
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Editorial
Barrier devices during COVID-19 pandemic - The need of the hour!
Atul Gaur, Henk Versteeg, Rajeev L Tiwari, Sushma Acquilla
The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic has infected over 82.8 million people worldwide, causing unprecedented morbidity and mortality rate amongst those affected, ...
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Original Article
Comparative evaluation of intubation performances using two different barrier devices used in the COVID-19 era: A manikin based pilot study
Ashish Kannaujia, Rudrashish Haldar, Rafat Shamim, Prabhakar Mishra, Anil Agarwal
Background and Aims: Protection of anaesthesiologists from contaminated aerosols of COVID 19 patients during endotracheal intubation has spurred the development of barrier devices like aeroso...
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