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Global respiratory ventilators and resuscitators market will surpass $1.2 billion by 2023

The global market for respiratory ventilators and resuscitators is set to rise from around $990 million in 2016 to over $1.2 billion by 2023, representing a steady compound annual growth

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UK study to help chronic pain sufferers back to work

Researchers from the University of Warwick’s Medical School are leading a study to explore ways of helping people with chronic pain back to work. Working with employers they will design

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Anaesthesia unlikely to impair children’s development

Anaesthesia during early childhood surgery poses little risk for intelligence and academic development later on, the largest study of its kind suggests. The results were found in research on nearly

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Could you be JAP’s next Consultant Editor?

An opportunity has arisen to become consultant editor for the online content of JAP. The role of consultant editor is to work alongside the editorial team and play an advisory

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Scientists successfully tune the brain to alleviate pain

Scientists at The University of Manchester have shown for the first time that if the brain is ‘tuned-in’ to a particular frequency, pain can be alleviated. Chronic pain – pain

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UPMC experts combat foot pain with fat injections

Patients who suffer from pedal fat pad atrophy, or the loss of fat in the ball of the foot, causing foot pain, may benefit from an innovative new procedure that

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Risks associated with arterial lines; Time for a National Safety Standard?

James Blackburn1, Benjamin Walton2 1ST5 Anaesthesia & Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine, North Bristol NHS Trust 2 Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, North Bristol NHS Trust   Introduction Arterial lines are