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Simon Ash 9 May 19
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British Journal of Anaesthesia Jan 27
In our series 'Best of a Decade' the top cited research paper in 2018 was the 6th National Audit Project on the epidemiology and clinical features of perioperative anaphylaxis
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Royal College of Anaesthetists 17 Dec 18
Following the publication of an updated version of our patient information risk leaflet ‘Serious Allergy (Anaphylaxis)’ has now been published
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Royal College of Anaesthetists 22 Apr 19
This take another look study of anaphylaxis related to anaesthesia & surgery. Anaphylaxis in theatre is a life-threatening drug reaction, happening suddenly, without warning & can affect anyone –
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Royal College of Anaesthetists Oct 1
Perioperative anaphylaxis remains a significant complication of anaesthesia & surgery. is putting its support behind the recommendation that there should be a lead for perioperative anaphylaxis in each department of anaesthesia
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Tim Cook Jun 16
Dex is used in 60% of all UK GAs and 1.5 million anaesthetics Each year Will be interesting to learn whether that has any perioperative treatment benefit in cohort developing COVID19.
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𝘈𝘯𝘢𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘴𝘪𝘢 6 Dec 18
Fascinating numbers from ....1.7% of all fluids administered during anaesthesia!
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HSRC Anaesthesia Jan 23
recommended beginning chest compressions when systolic arterial blood pressure is <50mmHg. Take a look at this recent editorial discussing this recommendation.
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British Journal of Anaesthesia 30 Apr 19
Would you use a drug provocation test for perioperative drug allergy assessment?
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Rob Hackett Oct 27
Replying to @hypoxicchicken
Do the best for the patient When providing muscle relaxant - fast onset, deep paralysis with rapid reliable offset is a great bonus Often in healthcare (and life) we get stuck doing things the way we always did them and look for excuses like rare risks of anaphylaxis
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𝘈𝘯𝘢𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘴𝘪𝘢 6 Dec 18
reported one fatal reaction to gelatins. How many might have been missed or misdiagnosed due to the latency reported in this paper?
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𝘈𝘯𝘢𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘴𝘪𝘢 6 Dec 18
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James Humphreys Aug 20
Make it up in 100ml and give it slowly! Only needs a chaser like that if you whop it in as a stat bolus!
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Sethina Watson Jan 3
Teicoplanin tip number 3067. Shake bottle with dry powder first. Then insert water. Seemed to increase dissolving speed somewhat. Nobody mention 😬
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British Journal of Anaesthesia Oct 18
What does tell us about the incidence of severe allergic reactions during anaesthesia? paper on perioperative anaphylaxis
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Ramani 31 Dec 18
Thank you to each and every supporter and collaborator on projects - it’s been an amazing year and we’re looking forward to more great partnerships for patient benefit in 2019. You’re all amazing. Happy new year! 🥳 @SNAP2EPICCS
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Tim Cook Jun 16
You’re not entirely alone. Dex Used in 1,500,000 anaesthetics each year in the UK including >60% of all GAs. But a host of new trials need to be considered I guess. Right dose in ICU? Any protective effect in cohort etc etc
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HSRC Anaesthesia Sep 16
If you’re at the 2019 Collaborative Event, don’t forget to stop by the HSRC stand on the mezzanine level! Laura and Karen will be happy to discuss , , , , and all our other projects!
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NIAA Research 13 Jun 19
We have copies of our Guidance on Academic Training available at the Research stand at . Come and say hello! We also have information on projects , , , , and more!
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HSRC Anaesthesia 22 May 19
The lovely Dorian and Trevor are manning the Research stand at - they’ll be delighted to talk to you about , , @SNAP2EPICCS, , , , and more! Including leaflets on the brand new !
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