Recently Published Issues
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Recently Published Articles
Hardware Causing Hard Times: Use of the SuperNO2VA™ Nasal PAP Device to Address Airway Challenges Caused by Eroding Mandibular Hardware
Post intubation Pharyngolaryngeal Pain in Otorhinolaryngology Surgery: Efficiency of Intra cuff and Extra cuff Lidocaine
SuperNOVA Nasal Mask Ventilation Maintains Oxygenation during Deep Sedation in High-Risk Patients: A Case Series
Anticipated Difficult Intubation Due to Polypoidal Squamous Cell Carcinoma on Posterior One Third of Tongue
Effect of the Irrigation Fluid Temperature on Core Temperature in Transurethral Resection of Prostate Patients Under Spinal Versus General Anaesthesia
Mind the Gap Between the Bench and the Bed: The General Anesthetics-Induced Neurotoxicity in the Real World
Factors Affecting Post-Operative Mortality Rate after Major Lower Extremity Amputations in a Tertiary Institution in Singapore
A Comparative Study of Ropivacaine Alone Versus Ropivacaine With Dexmedetomidine in Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus BlockOpen Access
Isolated Prolonged Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time and Contact Factor Deficiencies: Case Series and Management Review
Physiologic Advantages of Peripheral Nerve Blockade Translate to Decreased Length of Stay and Improved Patient Satisfaction
About the Journal
Anesthesiology – Open Journal (AOJ) aims to discuss all the topics related to pain relief and its memory of a patient, from a surgery.
Generally, anaesthesia is of two types: local anaesthesia, which is body part specific and general anaesthesia, which is an instant sedation through an Intravenous line (IV), where a thin plastic tube inserted into the vein, a face mask , through the nose or throat of the patient. The drugs used in this process are called ‘Anaesthetics’.
Openventio aims at the widespread propagation of all the detailed matters related to anesthesiology open journal and to bring information from all the authors and diverse sources in a uniform way through our well-designed open access portal.
Aims and Scope
Anesthesiology – Open Journal (AOJ) is dedicated to the open dissemination and robust discussion in the area of anesthesiology and its related fields.
AOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below
- Pain management
- Critical care medicine
- Cardiothoracic anaesthesia
- Anesthesia over obesity
- Chronic pain
- Neuro anaesthesia
- Regional anaesthesia
- Paediatric anaesthesia
Submissions for this journal are accepted from the very basic aesthetic research to the latest research advancements.
The contributors of AOJ include surgeons, physicians, pharmacists, registered nurses, adjunct healthcare professionals, clinicians, physiotherapists, housekeepers, occupational therapists, complementary therapists, volunteers, investigators, practitioners, social workers, nursing assistants, educators, practicing anaesthesia providers, students of various universities and general communities from different parts of the world.
The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, review, case-report, mini-review, editorial, short-communication, book review, opinion, commentary, letter to the editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations etc.
We are open to receive comments or any corrections from subject experts and our audiences to improve the quality of our journal.