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HEMODYNAMICS CORNER
1.  A Hemodynamic Quiz
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  CARDIAC SURGERY ASSOCIATED ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY-THE ROLE OF BIOMARKERS
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  SUBMAMMARY INCISION AS RIGHT MINI-THORACOTOMY APPROACH WITH INTERCOSTAL NERVE EXCLUSION AND BLOCKAGE TECHNIQUE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN YOUNG INDIAN FEMALE POPULATION UNDERGOING MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT
2.  monishraut
3.  Preferability, Feasibility, Safety and Outcomes of Internal Jugular Venous approach for Radiofrequency Catheter Ablation of Accessory Pathway associated with coronary sinus diverticulum
4.  Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest in the young: A 23-year Middle Eastern experience
CASE REPORT
1.  Radiation induced pan-valvular involvement: a rare case report
2.  Surgical removal of broken and inflated percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty balloon catheter Role of Transesophageal Echocardiography
3.  Management of Cardiogenic shock in the era of new classification
4.  Giant negative T waves as cardiac memory phenomenon following ablation of right-sided posteroseptal accessory pathway
5.  Unexplained recurrent pericardial effusion in a young adult male: Think beyond Tuberculosis.
IMAGE
1.  Rhythmic Arrhythmia Fact or Artifact?
2.  UNDEREXPANDED COVERED-STENT
3.  TENDON XANTHOMAS IN A PATIENT WITH FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA
4.  Xanthelasma and Tendon Xanthomas- Early signs of life threatening hypercholesterolemia
5.  Hydropneumopericardium: unusual complication of proton radiotherapy
6.  Truncus Bicaroticus and aberrant right subclavian artery- a distinct aortic arch anomaly causing dysphagia lusoria
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Ischemia Modified Albumin in Acute Pulmonary Embolism


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