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First-ever joint supplement between Anaesthesia and British Journal of Surgery

First-ever joint supplement between Anaesthesia and British Journal of Surgery

Monday 6 January 2020

Today sees the launch of a first-ever joint supplement between Anaesthesia and British Journal of Surgery, a unique collaboration entitled 'Advances in peri-operative care'. 

It includes reviews on Enhanced recovery, whether to operate on older patients, do patient need to go to ICU after surgery, improving outcomes after emergency surgery, everything you need to know about TIVA (total intravenous anaesthesia) and advances in regional anaesthesia and acute pain management. All the articles are free to download now.

For over 70 years Anaesthesia has published original, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of anaesthesia, from intensive care and pain therapy, to equipment research.

Anaesthesia is aimed at consultants and trainees in all branches of anaesthesia, intensive care medicine (including specialists from other disciplines), pain therapy, and non-medics working in these areas.

Members of the Association receive a free subscription to Anaesthesia as part of their benefits package, which includes access to Wiley Online.

Read or download this special issue of Anaesthesia now

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