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Landmark Papers in Anaesthesia

Tweet This issue’s review was kindly written by Dr David Melia, ST5 Anaesthesia & ICM, Bart’s and The London School of Anaesthesia. Landmark Papers in Anaesthesia consists of 19 chapters

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Essentials of Anaesthetic Equipment (4th Edition)

Tweet This issue’s review was kindly written by Dr Dina Hadi, CT1 anaesthetics, William Harvey Hospital, Ashford, Kent. The long-awaited fourth edition of this popular book has now finally arrived.

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Managing pain and other medically proven uses of acupuncture

Tweet This issue’s review was kindly written by Dr James F Peerless, anaesthetics registrar, William Harvey Hospital, Ashford, Kent.   In Western medicine, the use of alternative therapies, such as

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Tracheotomy Management – A Multidisciplinary Approach

This issue’s review was kindly written by Karim Rizkallah MB BCh, MRCS (Eng.), FRCA (Eng.) ST5 Anaesthetics, William Harvey Hospital, Ashford, Kent, UK. I was given this book by my

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AAGBI Core Topics in Anaesthesia 2012

In a world that is increasingly based on portable technological aids, such as smart phones, it might prove challenging for a book to remain relevant. However, the mental image of

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Single Best Answer MCQs in Anaesthesia – Volume 2 (Basic Sciences)

Single Best Answer (SBA) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) were introduced first in to the Finals Written paper in September 2010 and then into the Primary MCQs in September 2011. This

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Single Best Answer MCQs in Anaesthesia, Volume 1, Clinical Anaesthesia

The Royal College of Anaesthetists announced the introduction of the Single Best Answer (SBA) Questions in the Final FRCA written examination in accordance with PMETB standards. Following this SBA questions