ABSTRACT:
Awake craniotomy for eloquent area surgery can be managed with different anaesthetic techniques ranging  from local anaesthetic with or without intravenous sedation to intermittent general anaesthesia with or without instrumentation of the airway, known as awake—awake—awake, asleep—awake—awake and asleep—awake—asleep craniotomy. We present a case of 34 year old male who was diagnosed to have Right frontal low grade glioma. Tumor resection was planned and decided to perform craniotomy with the patient being awake during the procedure, to allow intraoperative cortical mapping in order to preserve the language and motor functions.

ANAESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF A CASE OF CONGENITAL LOBAR EMPHYSEMA
EFFECT OF PRE-OPERATIVE ADMINISTRATION OF ORAL ASPIRIN ON SUXAMETHONIUM INDUCED MYALGIA : COMPARATIVE STUDY