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Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor Dear Editor, Stop before you (bite) block I read with interest the case reported by Kidwai and colleagues [1] of a fractured reinforced LMA, near-transected by their patient

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Noninvasive monitor assesses patients’ response to painful stimulation during surgery

Noninvasive monitor assesses patients’ response to painful stimulation during surgery A novel measure for assessing the body’s response to surgery may allow for better anaesthesia management, less pain when regaining

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Tai Chi improves pain and well-being in patients with knee osteoarthritis

Tai Chi improves pain and well-being in patients with knee osteoarthritis Tai Chi improves pain and related health outcomes in patients with knee osteoarthritis as well as standard physical therapy,

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Scientists find what might be responsible for slow heart function under general anaesthesia

Scientists find what might be responsible for slow heart function under general anaesthesia New research in The FASEB Journal suggests that general anaesthesia targets certain amino acids on proteins of

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Plymouth University SWARM team take home BMJ award

Plymouth University SWARM team take home BMJ award The Anaesthesia Team Award at this year’s national BMJ Awards was won by the South West Anaesthesia Research Matrix (SWARM) from Plymouth

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Smiths Medical launches new wireless ambulatory infusion system

Smiths Medical launches new wireless ambulatory infusion system   Smiths Medical announced in April that it has launched the CADD®-Solis Pain Management System with wireless communication capability in Ireland and the

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Anaesthesia services given seal of approval by Royal College

Anaesthesia services given seal of approval by Royal College The quality of anaesthesia services at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has been recognised with accreditation from the Royal College of Anaesthetists. The

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Study shows pain causes older adults to develop more inflammation over a longer period of time

Study shows pain causes older adults to develop more inflammation over a longer period of time A small, preliminary University of Florida Health study has suggested for the first time

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Baby and general anaesthesia risk studied

Baby and general anaesthesia risk studied The developing brains of infants, given just under an hour of general anaesthesia during surgery, did not appear to be harmed by the time

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If radiotherapy hurts your skin, it’s genetic

If radiotherapy hurts your skin, it’s genetic New gene discovery could mean more personalised cancer care A team from Université Paris-Saclay have discovered a gene that makes some cancer patients