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The ANZCA Institutional Research Repository stores and facilitates discovery of the research and publication output of ANZCA, the Faculty of Pain Medicine and the wider ANZCA community.

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Title/Author/Citation Type of publication
Effects of esmolol on QTc interval changes during tracheal intubation: a systematic review.
Thiruvenkatarajan V,Lee JY,Sembu M et al. 2019 Apr 24;9(4):e028111.
Journal Article
Anaesthetic management for endobronchial valve insertion: lessons learned from a single centre retrospective series and a literature review.
Thiruvenkatarajan V,Maycock T,Grosser D et al. BMC Anesthesiol. 2018 Dec 27;18(1):206.
Journal Article
Perioperative diabetic ketoacidosis associated with sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 inhibitors: a systematic review
Thiruvenkatarajan, V,Meyer, EJ,Nanjappa,N et al. 2019 May 3. pii: S0007-0912(19)30233-8 [Epub ahead of print]
Journal Article
Perioperative opioid analgesia-when is enough too much? A review of opioid-induced tolerance and hyperalgesia
Colvin LA,Bull F,Hales TG et al. 2019;393(10180):1558-1568.
Journal Article
Inappropriate opioid prescription after surgery
Neuman MD,Bateman BT,Wunsch H et al. 2019;393(10180):1547-1557.
Journal Article
Transition from acute to chronic pain after surgery
Glare P,Aubrey KR,Myles PS et al. 2019;393(10180):1537-1546.
Journal Article
The Paediatric electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaboration (PaedePPOC): establishment of a binational system for benchmarking children's persistent pain services.
Lord SM,Tardif HP,Kepreotes EA et al. Pain;2019 Mar 1.
Journal Article
Hyperacusis in chronic pain: neural interactions between the auditory and nociceptive systems
Suhnan AP,Finch PM,Drummond PD et al. 56(11):801-809
Journal Article
The reliability of a portfolio of workplace-based assessments in anesthesia training
Castanelli DJ,Moonen-van Loon JMW,Jolly B et al. 66(2):193-200.
Journal Article
Gender effects in medical education: implications for training and gender equity in regional anesthesia.
Sidhu NS,Civil N. 2019 Jan 11. pii: rapm-2018-100080
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