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The OTJ November 2022

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

New Research Calls for All Health and Care Staff to be Trained in AI

Reducing Noise in Operating Theatre Improves Children’s Behaviour After Surgery, Study Finds

Brain Tumour Patient Operated on Awake While Playing Saxophone

No Difference Between Spinal Versus General Anaesthesia in Patients Having Hip Fracture Surgery Finds Study

New Operating Theatres for Neath Port Talbot Hospital on Their Way

Sheffield Healthcare Researchers Awarded £12 Million to Accelerate Scientific Discoveries into New Medical Treatments

Paralympic Gold Medallist, Danny Crates, Opens AECC University College’s New Multi-million-pound Rehabilitation Centre – Bringing a Wide Range of New Clinical and Rehabilitation Services to the Community

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Pioneering System Protecting Healthcare Staff from Surgical Smoke Secures Place on NHS Welsh Framework Agreement
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Smith+Nephew the global medical technology company, today announces a partnership with Rods&Cones to provide smart surgery glasses and digital remote assistance to customers. By providing customers with smart surgery glasses, Smith+Nephew representatives can ‘see’ through the eyes of the surgeon, instrumentalist nurse, or any healthcare professional using them, enabling continuous remote support before, during, and after...


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Inovus Medical has unveiled its next-generation Digital Surgery Platform on the opening day of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Annual Scientific Congress, in San Diego California. Known as Totum®, the platform is already accredited by The Royal College of Surgeons England, and will initially focus on delivering a connected surgical training ecosystem via the...


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