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Back Issues 2019

November 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - November 2019

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Joint Professional Guidance on the Use of General Anaesthesia in Young Children

 

Painkiller Use in Childbirth Drops Six Percentage Points in a Decade

 

Independent Cosmetic Surgery Services – Emerging Concerns – Care Quality Commission

 

British Surgeons Concerned About Inadequate Medical Staff Training for Orthopaedic Operations

 

First National Mouth Cancer Surgery Study Calls for Updated Guidelines to Save Thousands of Lives

 

Would You Donate Your Body to Medical Science? 16.8% Want to, but Only 0.2% Do

 

Research to Lift Lid on Chronic Lung Health Epidemic Affecting 1.2 Million in UK

 

As Wave of Regret Over Sex Reassignment Surgeries Grows Plastic Surgeons Advise Caution in Treatment of Gender Dysphoria

 

Survey Data: Safety Fears Over Use of Robots in Medical Procedures

 

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October 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - October 2019

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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.
Reader submitted article

 

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September 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - September 2019

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Student ODP Reflections on Interprofessional Working
Reader submitted article

 

Simple Computational Models Can Help Predict Post-traumatic Osteoarthritis

 

Expert Comment: Organ Transplants; Why so many people are putting off donating

 

Four-in-one Pill Prevents Third of Heart Problems

 

The Little-known Spinal Injury 'costing the NHS millions'

 

University to Become a National Training Centre for NHS Blood and Transplant Healthcare Professionals

 

Work to Revamp WGH Operating Theatres Complete After £1.6 Million Investment

 

Prostate cancer-detecting Probe Could Make Surgery More Accurate

 

93-year-old surgeon shares 'Tales of the Operating Theatre'

 

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August 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - August 2019

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Hospital Gowns Retain Superbugs Even After Disinfectant Use, Research Shows

 

A Traditional Implant is as Effective as More Expensive Newer Types for People Over 65 Having a Hip Replacement

 

New Clinical Audit Tool Set to Enhance Patient Care

 

Study Shows Use of Partial Knee Replacement Could Save the NHS £30 million per Year

 

Seven Out of Ten Obese People Feel Less Hungry in Breakthrough NHS Trial

 

Innovative Heart Procedure Unveiled to Prevent Strokes in Young People

 

New Insight into MicroRNA Function Can Give Gene Therapy a Boost

 

Donations to Support Dogs Charity Boosted at Liverpool Event

 

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July 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - July 2019

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Excellent Communication Safeguards Health, Safety and Wellbeing within the Operating Room

 

New OR with State-of-the-art Technology for Dornbirn Hospital

 

The Biggest Ever Conference Focused on Diversity and Inspiring Women in Maxillofacial Surgery

 

MPs 'Staggered' by NHS Fines 'Complacency'

 

Specialist Mouth Cancer Surgeons Welcome Findings from New Study that Shows HPV Jab for Boys Will Save Lives

 

New NHS Online Support for Type 2 Diabetes

 

RCoA, Macmillian and NIHR Launch Prehabilitation Report for People with Cancer

 

Most Tourniquets Used on Patients Are Contaminated with Bacteria

 

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June 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - June 2019

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The Pioneering Centre for Perioperative Care Launched to Improve Patients' Lives and Save the NHS Money

 

National ODP Day 2019 -
What did you do?

 

Clinical Features Associated with the Pathophysiological Changes of Diabetes Mellitus and How these Impact the Perioperative Management of Diabetic Patients
Article submitted by reader Miss Jessica Graney (Second Year Student Operating Department Practitioner), Cardiff University

 

New Genetic Data on 50,000 UK Biobank Participants Made Available to the Global Health Research Community

 

Largest Study to Date Shows Effective Drug Treatment Prevents HIV Transmission in Male Couples

 

French Hospital Designs Bariatric Surgery Board Game

 

Oral and Facial Surgery Speciality Born Out of Treating War Injuries Teams Up with Saving Faces Charity to Hold D-Day Fundraising and Commemorative Parachute Drop with Ex-para Frank Fletcher

 

Medical Student Awarded with the Sharpest Skills in the UK

 

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May 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - May 2019

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Researchers Discover How Eating Feeds into the Body Clock

 

New Campaign in England to Raise Awareness of Organ Donation Law Change, the Options and How to Register a Decision

 

Risk Factors Indentified for Patients Undergoing Knee Replacements

 

Newly Discovered Gene Mutation Reduces Fear and Anxiety and Increase Social Interaction

 

NHS Scotland Largest Reductions in Surgical Deaths EVER Documented

 

New £5.7m Operating Theatres Open at Nottingham's QMC

 

Professional Life and Chronic Diseases

 

Nominations Are Open for Our Health Heroes 2019

 

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April 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - April 2019

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Considerations for the Perioperative Management of Diabetes Mellitus, in Regards to the Underpinning Pathophysiology


Bethany Chesworth, Student ODP, Cardiff University
Reader submitted article

 

Rethinking Consent in the Age of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica

 

Poor Team-working Among Surgeons Must Be Challenged No Matter How Uncommon, Says RCS

 

Facing the Future: BAOMS Junior Trainees Group Conference Discusses What Might Be

 

Prospective Drug Found By Testing in Human Heart Muscle Grown from Stem Cells

 

High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Obesity Each Linked to Unhealthy Brains

 

Innovative Training Programme Gives International Doctors Increased Communication Skills

 

Professionals and Volunteers Recognised in First National Organ Donation and Transplantation Awards

 

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March 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - March 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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NHS Managers 'improve efficiency' According to New Research

 

New Clues as to why Non-smokers, as well as Smokers, Develop COPD

 

Scientists Unravel Genetic Basis of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Finns

 

Digital Skills Challenges Most Effectively Addressed Through Collaboration

 

Event Brings Together Health Professionals to Seek Waiting Time Solutions

 

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RCSEd Says New NHS Staff Survey Results Show Continued Rise in Bullying and Harassment

 

New Research Suggests a Simple Blood Test Could Improve the Early Detection of Lung Cancer

 

ODP: The Apprentice

 

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February 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - February 2019

Digital Edition Highlights:
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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

 

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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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January 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - January 2019

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New Medical Breakthrough Discovered in the Soil Around Irish Settlement

 

Gene Variations that Reduce Ability to Store Fat Around the Hips Linked to Higher Risk of Diabetes and Heart Attacks

 

Outcomes of Weight Loss Surgery Can be Improved

 

Surgery Set to be Transformed for Millions of Patients by a New Wave of Technologies

 

Sex Differences Identified in Deadly Brain Tumours

 

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Funding Boost for Initiative Mapping Entire Human Body

 

New Survey Shows Staff Shortages, Absenteeism and Last-minute Roster Changes Provide the Greatest Challenges for Healthcare Providers

 

New Study Sheds Light on Medication Administration Errors Leading to Death – Omission Is a Common Cause

 

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