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Therapeutic hypothermia (TH): Not so hot for cerebral protection after cardiac arrest or traumatic brain injury

Therapeutic hypothermia: Not so hot for cerebral protection after cardiac arrest or traumatic brain injury The role of therapeutic hypothermia in the management of traumatic brain injury and cardiac arrest

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Through the nose: intranasal diamorphine (IND) analgesia

Through the nose: intranasal diamorphine (IND) analgesia Patricia Richardson, Lucy Evans and Sarah Smailes outline a protocol for using intranasal diamorphine analgesia in patients undergoing rehabilitative physiotherapy after burn injuries

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Restricting global access to ketamine will further limit access to safe surgery and anaesthesia in developing countries

The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) has written to members of the UK Government to urge them to prevent further international restrictions on the use of

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Warming up nicely – Geratherm UniqueTemp

Warming up nicely – Geratherm UniqueTempA report of the trial of the Geratherm UniqueTemp patient warming system in and by the staff of the operating theatres at Homerton University Hospital,

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Leadership: How to get ahead in anaesthesia

Chima Oti describes his experience of attending a leadership and management module as an anaesthetic trainee I was fortunate during my anaesthetic training to complete a leadership and management module.

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Trauma list fasting times audit – the water sip challenge

An audit of trauma list fasting times conducted at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, by Claire Daly and co-workers For safety reasons, patients should not eat or drink immediately before anaesthesia.

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Standards of conduct – General Medical Council (GMC)

Consulting editor James Watts gives a brief seminar on the complaints processes at the General Medical Council (GMC) The role of the General Medical Council (GMC) as the regulator of

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The anaesthetic tea party – commitment to cleanliness

Patrick Ward takes a light-hearted approach to emphasise an anaesthetist’s commitment to cleanliness To: All anaesthetists, ODAs, ODPs, PAs, theatre and ICU staff with a commitment to cleanliness When: Every

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08 – RCS Education Bursary

RCS Education is awarding four awards of up to £1,000 each for surgical trainees to attend an RCS Education course held at the Royal College of Surgeons The RCS Education

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Leadership: How to get ahead in anaesthesia

Chima Oti describes his experience of attending a leadership and management module as an anaesthetic trainee I was fortunate during my anaesthetic training to complete a leadership and management module.