GSR Journal for Anesthesiology holds the key for modern-day medical practices to be executed under no pain condition. The journal is flushed with information from around the world by professionals and researchers. A practitioner would use conventional techniques and follow the trend, where GSR anesthesiology journals report the latest findings regarding the usage of a particular drug, its effects, and the aftermath. Now the anesthesiologist has gained the upper hand by devising newer strategies for pain suppression during surgery, medical emergencies, etc.

GSR Journal for Anesthesiology shall be referred for polishing skills and the ability to sculpt a better anesthesiologist for the industry. All the journals are peer-reviewed & can be used as a professional reference or guidance tool. They also hold scope for further studies, as well as motivating the primer to thinking a step ahead. GSR Journals are open access journals that can be used free of cost from any part of the globe.

GSR Journals of research publishes the list of topics below, however, are not limited to them and can be expanded to all the relevant research fields:

  1. Cricothyroidotomy
  2. Monitors and Study
  3. EKG
  4. BP
  5. Oxygen Saturation
  6. Capnography
  7. Temperature: Hypo and Hyper Thermic
  8. Oxygen Sensor
  9. Stethoscope
  10. Fluid and Blood Therapy – Why give it and why so much?
  11. LR, NS
  12. Dextrose Containing Solutions
  13. PRBS, Components
  14. Surgical
  15. History and Physical
  16. Patient Preference
  17. Discharge Criteria
  1. VSS
  2. Respiration and ventilation
  3. Pain
  4. Ant nausea Regiment
  5. Self-Management
  6. Obstruction
  7. Vomiting – gastric insufflation/cricoid pressure
  8. Nasal Airways
  9. Oral Airways
  10. Instrumentation of Airway
  11. Airway Assessment
  12. Advantages of endotracheal intubation-protection, etc.
  13. Disadvantages of endotracheal intubation-irritation, etc.
  14. The Difficult Airway – Emergency Techniques
  15. Laryngeal Mask
  16. Hetastarch, Plasmanate, Albumin
  17. General Versus Regional Versus MAC

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