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UK first as ‘green gas and air’ to be used for first time at St George’s Hospital

Women in labour and dental patients will be given ‘green gas and air’ at St George’s hospital, reducing pain on the planet as well as during childbirth and tooth extractions.

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High Intensive Care readmission rates, risk factors and possible solutions

A Quality improvement Project held at Lancashire teaching hospital   Abstract Background It is well known that early readmission to intensive care during the same hospital admission is associated with

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Inhaled nitric oxide reduces hospital stay and improves oxygenation in pregnant patients with Covid-19 pneumonia

High dose inhaled nitric oxide gas (iNO) is a safe and effective respiratory therapy for pregnant women hospitalised with severe Covid-19 pneumonia, resulting in a more rapid weaning from supplemental

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BPR Medical and Medclair seal mobile nitrous oxide conversion system agreement

Gas control specialists BPR Medical and Medclair, a leading Sweden-based specialist in safe nitrous oxide use, have signed an agreement that gives BPR exclusive rights to supply Medclair’s mobile nitrous

OCTOBER 2022

6-8 October 2022, Beyond Covid-19: Impact & Innovation; Chennai

A host of world-class speakers will lift the curtain on cutting-edge technologies which have been developed during Covid-19 and how advancements can be made within the surgical profession in a

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Rising numbers of doctors join NHS specialty training

More doctors than ever have applied for NHS specialty training programmes with a rise in the number of posts and applicants for the fifth year in a row. New figures,

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Event preview – AfPP Annual Conference 2022

The Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP) is the UK’s leading association for perioperative practitioners. For almost 60 years, we’ve been supporting everyone working in and around the operating department to

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Dissolving implantable device relieves pain without drugs

New implantable device has the potential to provide an alternative to opioids and other highly addictive drugs A Northwestern University-led team of researchers has developed a small, soft, flexible implant