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May 2020

The Operating Theatre Journal - May 2020

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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Staff and Patient Safety Standards Must be Guaranteed Before Planned Surgery Can Resume

 

Intertek Launches Protek - The World's First Health, Safety and Wellbeing Assurance Programme for People, Workplace and Public Spaces

 

Healthy Back Bag - Frontline Heroes

 

COVID-19:

  • Flexible Bronchoscopy for Advanced Airway Management in COVID-19
  • BAOMS Postpones London-based 2020 ASM Until June 2022
  • Surgical Specialities Launch UK-wdie COVID-19 Database to Track Effectiveness of Tracheostomies
  • Oxfordshire Company Offers COVID-19 Hope with Ozonated Water Solution
  • RCUK Statement on PHE PPE Guidance
  • Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospital Operating Theatre Staff Move to Front Line in War Against Coronavirus

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