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The OTJ October 2021

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

One-in-four Anaesthetists Plan to Leave the NHS in the Next Five Years

UK Launches World’s Largest Ever Randomised Controlled Trial in Organ Donation

Increasing Day Surgery Critical to Reducing Backlog Say NHS Leaders

Overprescribing of Medicines Must Stop, Says UK Government

Patients with Severe Obesity Undergo Bariatric Surgery Too Late

National Cancer Research Institute Endorses CBD Science Group as they Pioneer Real World Research into Cancer Pain

Articular Cartilage Can Heal Partially After Injury Researchers Found a New Mechanism

Families in Wales Urged to Talk About Organ Donation

The Operating Theatre Journal October 2021

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CPOC and AoMRC Launch Shared Decision Making Animation for Patients
The Centre for Perioperative Care a group made up of nine health partners including the Royal Colleges of Anaesthetists, GPs, Surgeons, Nurses and Physicians with the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges have launched a Shared Decision Making (SDM) animation for patients. The animation uses an example of ‘Peter’ to illustrate what SDM is, how it...

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The World’s First Hybrid Robotic Surgery Took Place at the Inselspital in Bern
The world’s first hybrid surgical robot is a Swiss robot called Dexter. Together with Distalmotion, surgeons at the Inselspital and Lindenhofspital in Bern, as well as the CHUV in Lausanne, have pioneered innovation in minimally invasive care with their input in the development of Dexter. The Inselspital made history with the first clinical use of...

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