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October 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - October 2019

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In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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More than 9 in 10 UK Surgeons Encounter a Needlestick Injury


Patient Safety Learning Urges New Approach by Health and social Care Sector to Stop Thousands of Avoidable deaths Each Year


New Bacterial Strain Discovered in England and Wales Linked to Scarlet Fever, Sore Throat and Sepsis


Procedure Carried Out on Unborn Babies with Spina Bifida Could Improve Their Neurodevelopment


The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Launched a New International Strategy to Support Surgeons and Dentists Around the Globe


Cell Sleuths Pave Way to Cures for Immune Diseases


COMPAMED 2019 Showcases the Entire Spectrum of Supplier Expertise for the Medical Technology Industry


Barlborough Team Shortlisted for Prestigious National Award


Ramblings of an Ex-Army O.T.T.
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