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New Draft Guideline – Total Intravenous Anaesthesia 2017: guidelines for safe practice – Comments invited from members

24. May 2017 - 13:10
Wed, 24/05/2017

A new guideline on total intravenous anaesthesia (joint with the Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia) is in its final draft stage and comments are invited from members. Please read the draft and submit any comments to workingparties@aagbi.org.

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AAGBI statement in response to attack at the Manchester Arena

23. May 2017 - 10:14
Tue, 23/05/2017



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Study reveals how Lifebox pulse oximeters lead to patient safety improvement

24. April 2017 - 17:04
Tue, 25/04/2017

A new report published today in the journal Anaesthesia reveals the positive impact of the donation of Lifebox pulse oximeters and training to patient safety in Malawi.

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Taking revalidation forwards: improving the process of relicensing for doctors

13. April 2017 - 13:34
Thu, 13/04/2017

The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) is the professional membership organisation representing almost 11,000 anaesthetists, the largest speciality group of doctors in the NHS.

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Joint professional guidance on the use of general anaesthesia in young children

13. April 2017 - 9:46
Tue, 18/04/2017

Following reports emerging of possible effects of anaesthesia on the developing brain, new professional guidance, including a series of FAQs, has been released by the APAGBI, RCoA,

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AAGBI response to The Long-term Sustainability of the NHS

5. April 2017 - 12:10
Wed, 05/04/2017

The AAGBI welcomes the recommendations published in the House of Lords Select Committee Report on The Long-term Sustainability of the NHS and Adult Social Care.

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The AAGBI calls for a change to the culture around night shift working

16. March 2017 - 10:16
Thu, 16/03/2017

On World Sleep Day, which highlights the importance of getting adequate sleep, the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) sets out its three-point plan to address the culture surrounding doctor fatigue in hospitals and tackle the problem of excessive fatigue, which is known to impair decision making, with consequences for both doctors and their patients.

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