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Posts from the ‘Emergency anaesthesia’ Category

Anaesthetic Registrar Welfare Online Repository


Improving patient safety with Dr Tim Cook

Open Access Anaesthesia Handbook!

The Tricorder is coming!

New Propofology Youtube Channel!

Anesthesia Provision in Disasters and Armed Conflicts


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Guess who was on Santa’s naughty list?

Surviving Sedation Guidelines 2016 update


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Recommended practice for out-of-hospital emergency anaesthesia in adults: Statement from the Out-of-Hospital Emergency Anaesthesia Working Group of the Emergency Medicine Research Group of the German Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care


What Will You Do With This Tiny Person? — Songs or Stories

Not that long ago, Dr Andrew Weatherall had the job of facilitating a discussion about neonatal anaesthesia at the annual Society of Paediatric Anaesthetists of New Zealand and Australia conference. About 15 people were there and this is a best effort at trying to collate the things those clever people said. Let’s start with the […]

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National Anaesthesia Day 2016


The Hot Zone – Starter Points for Burns Anaesthesia — Songs or Stories

A recent review in the BJA on fluid management in burns patients is a trigger to consider some tips for managing the patient having burns debridement. By Dr Andrew Weatherall Why would you do it? Why would you vary your usual practice with a pleasant surgeon(*), predictable procedures and a pleasant theatre environment just built […]

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My Understanding of Being an Anesthesiologist


Things That Come Afterwards — Songs or Stories

The bit at the start is controlled. Mostly. The bit at the end is more at the mercy of other things. Dr Andrew Weatherall has a practical review on emergence delirium. In showbusiness there is apparently a saying that you should never work with animals or children. I guess the theory is that both kids and […]

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[HFNO] High Flow Nasal Oxygen – How & When It Works?