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January 2021

The Operating Theatre Journal - January 2021

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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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

 

COVID-19:

  • Major Study Reveals Welcome News of Low Risk of COVID-19 Infection for Head and Neck Cancer Surgery Patients
  • HCPC Highlights Important Role of Registrants to the Vaccine Effort
  • Procurement Team Recognised for Exceptional Work Supporting NHS Frontline

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