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    Dr. Jayalakshmi T.S. received her master’s degree in Anaesthesiology from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, in 1974. She has conducted more than 50 different research works including rabies therapy, hypotensive techniques, electrolyte changes during Cardio Pulmonary Bypass and blood conservation techniques during surgical procedures. Her special interests include intensive care, pain therapy, preventive aspects of accidents and mishaps during anaesthesia and protection from HIV infection.

     

    She has to her credit many scientific papers in both National and International Journals. She was on the editorial board of the Journal of Anaesthesiology & Clinical Pharmacology, "Recent Advances on Intensive Care", Advances in Pai n Therapy. and also past President of ISA Delhi Chapter. Dr. Jayalakshmi has been the Professor in the Deptt. of Anaesthesiology AIIMS, New Delhi. After her retirement in September 2005, she has joined the Indian Red Cross Society as Advisor health, Advisor Tracing and Additional Course Director for the PG Dploma Course In Disaster Preparedness and Rehabilitation.

Questions Answered by me

The pain must be due to either inadequate block of the nerve or sufficient time has not been given for the drug to act. If you feel numb, at the...

Answered on : 22 Nov 2006

Presently there is no new IV drug without any side effects during child birth. Most of the drugs cross the placenta and depress the fetus (child...

Answered on : 07 Jul 2006

During pregnancy, certain physiological changes occur in the pelvis and in the birth canal. So there is stretching of the ligaments at the joints...

Answered on : 08 Mar 2006

She should consult a physiotherapist and take some external measures (hot packs, ultrasound therapy etc.) and some exercises. She should also...

Answered on : 06 Jan 2006

It is not correct. Immediately after the operation, effect of some of the pain killers can produce forgetfulness of the events; so one may not...

Answered on : 20 Jun 2005

For blocked year with 24 weeks pregnancy, drainage under local anaesthesia is quite safe for baby.

Answered on : 08 Jan 2005

Sterilisation means eradicating germs completely, which is not 100% possible in an operation theatre. The sources of bacterial (germ)...

Answered on : 03 Dec 2004

For dental problems in pregnancy, one should consult a dentist. Pregnancy is not a contraindication for tooth extraction under local anaesthesia....

Answered on : 26 Nov 2004

Disk surgery with 5 weeks pregnancy, is very high risk for the fetus for developing congenital malformation. The chances of abortion are also...

Answered on : 01 Sep 2004

First thing I would like to clarify is that there is no term called “IV General Anaesthesia” or “endotheline”. It is general anaesthesia in which...

Answered on : 13 May 2004
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