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Perioperative anaphylaxis with no identifiable cause

Editorial by Tatsuo Horiuchi & Tomonori Takazawa
JA Clinical Reports volume 10, Article number: 3 (2024)

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Suspected anaphylaxis during anesthesia induction without identified allergens: a case report
Sayaka Hirai, Mitsuru Ida, Ai Arima & Masahiko Kawaguchi 
volume 9, Article number: 89 (2023) 

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JACR welcomes submission of comments and feedbacks on published articles. Those commentaries, when accepted, are shared to the authors of commented article (whenever appropriate) and published together with their response. This section aims to provide a forum to connect authors and readers for a lively and useful discussion. 

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[Discussion on] 
Anesthetic management of a pediatric patient with Freeman-Sheldon syndrome undergoing atrial septal defect closure: a case report

[Letter] 
Comment on: anesthetic management of a pediatric patient with Freeman-Sheldon syndrome undergoing atrial septal defect closure: a case report

[Author response]
In-reply to the comment by Poling et al

[Discussion on]
Blockade of intercostobrachial nerve by an erector spinae plane block at T2 level: a case report
Takayuki Yoshida & Tatsuo Nakamoto

[Letter]
Comment on: “Blockade of intercostobrachial nerve by an erector spinae plane block at T2 level”
Raghuraman M. Sethuraman

[Author response]
Comment on: “Blockade of intercostobrachial nerve by an erector spinae plane block at T2 level”—a reply

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Aims and scope

JA Clinical Reports is a companion journal to the Journal of Anesthesia (JA), the official journal of the Japanese Society of Anesthesiologists (JSA). This journal is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal related to clinical anesthesia practices such as anesthesia management, pain management and intensive care.

Case reports are very important articles from the viewpoint of education and the cultivation of scientific thinking in the field of anesthesia. However, submissions of anesthesia research and clinical reports from Japan are notably decreasing in major anesthesia journals. Therefore, the JSA has decided to launch a new journal, JA Clinical Reports, to encourage JSA members, particularly junior Japanese anesthesiologists, to publish papers in English language.

JA Clinical Reports is now on PMC/PubMed

JA Clinical Reports has now been accepted and included in PubMedCentral/PubMed. Articles published since Volume 3 (2017) are now indexed in PubMed with full article texts made available on PMC.
 

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