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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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Vygon staff training in support of patient care

Vygon staff training in support of patient care Sales and training staff at Vygon (UK) Ltd have completed a new, extended training programme covering priority issues in acute care, infection

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Acronyms again with Sher Mohammad

Acronyms again with Sher Mohammad Sher Mohammad and colleagues share tips for avoiding some of the pitfalls of anaesthesia and peri-operative care In the February 2013 issue of Journal of

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Cheshire’s first at-scale telehealth programme aims to improve patient self-management

Cheshire’s first at-scale telehealth programme aims to improve patient self-management Royal Philips, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group announced the launch of

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Acronyms again with Sher Mohammad

Acronyms again with Sher Mohammad Sher Mohammad and colleagues share tips for avoiding some of the pitfalls of anaesthesia and peri-operative care In the February 2013 issue of Journal of

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Joined-up care needed for high-risk surgical patients

Joined-up care needed for high-risk surgical patients The Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) has shared its vision for the future of high-risk perioperative healthcare provision across the UK. Speaking at

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The ABC of Maxillofacial care

The ABC of Maxillofacial care Developing a standard operating procedure for the care of maxillofacial oncology patients on the intensive care unit – a trainee’s perspective from Sindy Lee The role

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ABC of postoperative intensive care for maxfax oncology patients

ABC of postoperative intensive care for maxillofacial oncology patients A Nasoendotracheal tube – manage as normal ET tube Tracheostomy –refer to NTSP emergency algorithm (www.tracheostomy.org.uk) Seek senior help immediately as

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Joined-up care needed for high-risk surgical patients

Joined-up care needed for high-risk surgical patients The Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) has shared its vision for the future of high-risk perioperative healthcare provision across the UK. Speaking at

ARTICLES

The ABC of Maxillofacial care

The ABC of Maxillofacial care Developing a standard operating procedure for the care of maxillofacial oncology patients on the intensive care unit – a trainee’s perspective from Sindy Lee The role