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Administration of magnesium sulphate does not prevent post-reperfusion syndrome but is necessary during living donor liver transplantation Volume 36, issue 2, June 2023

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Anaesthesia and critical care, Institute of liver and biliary sciences, New Delhi, India
* Correspondence: Dheapak Vijayakumar. Anaesthesia and critical care, Institute of liver and biliary sciences, Vasant Kunj D1, New Delhi, 110070, India

Liver transplantation is the treatment of choice for patients with end-stage liver disease (ESLD). The advancement in surgical and anaesthetic techniques, organ preservation, and immunosuppression has improved outcomes and survival [1]. Despite this progression, liver transplantation involves major fluid shifts and is associated with major hemodynamic events during the intraoperative period, resulting in poor outcomes [2]. The most crucial part of the surgery is the reperfusion phase, which is the [...]