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Benefits of delayed cord clamping

Benefits of delayed cord clamping Recognising the growing wealth of evidence in support of the practice of delayed cord clamping (DCC) senior clinical staff at Wansbeck Hospital in Northumberland have

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Nepal earthquake victims benefit from ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia

Nepal earthquake victims benefit from ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia Point-of-care ultrasound technology proved vital to the Nepal disaster relief effort according to a consultant anaesthetist who travelled to the country to

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Strong demand for propofol is fuelling the general anaesthesia market

Strong demand for propofol is fuelling the general anaesthesia market The global general anaesthesia drugs market is projected to register a healthy growth rate of 3.8 per cent over the

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Cavendish Medical – Money matters

Cavendish Medical – Money matters Lifetime Allowance: do you know where you stand? A new regular column to help your financial planning Every senior doctor will be affected by the

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New brain monitor makes sure you’re really under anaesthesia

New brain monitor makes sure you’re really under anaesthesia Scientists in Australia have created a world-first device that monitors changes in brain activity during surgery to detect if someone is

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Twitter offers valuable insights into the experience of MRI patients

Twitter offers valuable insights into the experience of MRI patients Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be a stressful experience for many people, but clinicians have few ways to track the

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NICE issues new guideline to preserve national stocks of blood

NICE issues new guideline to preserve national stocks of blood NICE – the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence – has issued its first guideline on the use of

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Regional anaesthesia – the preferred choice?

Regional anaesthesia – the preferred choice? Point-of-care ultrasound plays an important role in regional anaesthesia at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn, explains James Stimpson NICE guidelines recommend the

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Paving the way to ever-safer anaesthesia

Paving the way to ever-safer anaesthesia Researchers at Lancaster University have made a breakthrough with a safer anaesthesia which could help prevent patients suffering stress to the body and from

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NICE issues new guideline to preserve national stocks of blood

NICE issues new guideline to preserve national stocks of blood NICE – the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence – has issued its first guideline on the use of