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February 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - February 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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"Oh my god it's a patient on ECMO!"
But What's It All About?
(Reader submission)


A New Role for the Brain's Support Cells in Controlling Circadian Rhythms of Animal Behaviour


Surgery Remains the Most Effective Weight Loss Treatment for Severely Obese Adults


Health Service Staffing Is Compromising Patient Health, Says UNISON


Southampton NHS Treatment Centre Makes CQC 'Outstanding' Hat Trick for Care UK


In the Printed Digest:
The quick reference to the important stories, catch up over coffee.
Posted to all UK Hospitals.

More Die After Surgery Than From HIV, TB and Malaria Combined - study


Surgical Safety Checklist Still Faces Implementation Challenges 10 Years Later


Trusts Urged to Review Spinal Surgery Practice to Reduce Cases of Paralysis and Save NHS £27m


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