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To achieve the highest standard of practice and safety in neuroanaesthesia, neurocritical care, and pain management through advanced education and research
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ISNACC Dec 11
Dr V K Grover was an active neuroanaesthesiologist and has contributed immensely to the indian society of neuroanaesthesiology and critical care. We, the members of ISNACC miss him a lot. We deeply mourn his sad demise .We pray to god for his soul to rest in peace.
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ISNACC Sep 24
Is this the Masimo Sedline ?
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NCS Sep 21
Coming to the Annual Meeting? Add a pre-meeting workshop to your agenda & learn from the best in the field!
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NACCSGBI Sep 23
Save the date: November 20th 2017. The 1st ever NACCS Symposium in Manchester. Details to follow on the website.
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ISNACC Mar 14
President Speaks.......
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ISNACC Feb 25
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ISNACC Feb 25
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Girija Rath Feb 25
Uttarakhand folk dance at Chandigarh meeting
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ISNACC Feb 25
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ISNACC Feb 24
Dr V J Ramesh Transfusion in Pediatrics
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ISNACC Feb 24
Prof G R Gode oration by Dr G Parameshwara
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ISNACC Feb 24
Fluid Mx Pediatrics ,Dr Hemangi Karnik
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ISNACC Feb 24
Pediatric Neuroanaesthesia Dr Pragathi
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ISNACC Feb 24
TBI evidence to practice Prof Pramod Bithal
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ISNACC Feb 24
Prof Hariwirsingh Oration by Dr Ravi Mahajan
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ISNACC Feb 24
Patient Safety by Prof Ravi Mahajan
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ISNACC Feb 23
Fluid Mx Dr H K VENKATESH
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Girija Rath Feb 23
Training neuroanesth panel discussion@RPMahajan, pirjo m
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ISNACC Feb 23
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ISNACC Feb 23
Emergency situations in Electives By Dr Rattan Chelani
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