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The Hospital of the Future
Leading Medical Organisations Publish New Surgery Guidance for the One in Five Patients Who have had COVID
Assuring Sterility in Surgical Instruments Reprocessing
How can Civility in the Operating Theatre be Improved to Enhance Patient Safety? (Part One)
Augmented Reality Could Change the way We Carry Out Minimally Invasive Surgery
FDA is Investigating Reports of Infections Associated with Reprocessed Urological Endoscopes
Why Men Must Research Their Prostate Cancer Treatment Options
From Bomb Disposal to Pioneering Healthcare Role
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Anaesthetists and Support Staff Performing Endotracheal Intubations Are Currently Being Exposed to Aerosol Exposure of Airborne CoVid-19
Latest Study Days
Society of Anaesthetists of Wales (Cymdeithas Anaesthetyddion Cymru) SAW Spring Scientific Meeting 2021 - 11-12 March 2020, Virtual Conference
New £2.5 Million Operating Theatre at Royal Lancaster Infirmary is Officially Opened
Efficacy and Safety of Local Infiltration Analgesia in Total Hip Arthroplasty:
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Elderly and Frail Emergency Bowel Surgery Patients Not Receiving Recommended Levels of Care
Patient Safety Prompts Change in Procedure
FDA Authorises Marketing of New Device Designed to Remove Dead Pancreatic Tissue
Men with Urethral Narrowing can be Offered a Choice of Effective Surgery
From the operating Theatre and Beyond; Does Technology Hold the Key to more Effective Patient Aftercare
Hip Replacements: Some Surgical Approaches Are Better than Others, Research Suggests
Brain Surgery Breakthrough at Beaumont Hospital
Consultation on a Revised Threshold Level of Qualification for Entry to the Register (SET 1) for Operating Department Practitioners (ODPs)
Nationwide Survey Highlights Concerns over Patient Safety and Poor Communication in the Perioperative Workplace
Scientists Use Novel Ink to 3D-print ‘Bone’ with Living Cells