About this webinar
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In this webinar, the results from the PREVENTT (A randomised, double-blind, controlled trial of preoperative 1 intravenous iron to treat anaemia before major abdominal surgery - funded by the National Institute for Health Research) trial will be presented and discussed by the authors. This trial included nearly 500 participants with anaemia who were randomly allocated to receive 1000mg of iron or saline intravenously 10-42 days before major surgery in 1 of 46 hospitals around the UK.
This is the first presentation worldwide and will be your chance to hear what the outcomes were and what they mean for patients with anaemia undergoing surgery. You will be able to quiz the authors of this groundbreaking trial during the webinar.
Organiser: Prof Andrew Klein, Editor in Chief, Anaesthesia
Chair: Prof Andrew Klein, Editor in Chief, Anaesthesia
Speakers:Background to PREVENTT and methods
- Dr Ben Clevenger, StanmoreRecruitment
- Rebecca SwinsonRecruiting patients to PREVENTT in the most successful UK centre (Royal Marsden)
- Dr Ravi Rao Baikady, LondonMain Results from PREVENTT
- Prof Toby Richards, LondonQ and A with PREVENTT authors
: Prof Toby Richards, Dr Ben Clevenger, Prof Andrew Klein, Prof Iain Macdougall, Prof John Browne, Tim Collier and Dr Ravi Rao Baikady