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November 2019

The Operating Theatre Journal - November 2019

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In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news.
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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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