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The latest perioperative research all in one place, published bimonthly in the Bulletin of the Royal College of Anaesthetists

Journal Watch

Perioperative Journal Watch

Dr Jonathan Lacey, Dr Nazia Khan, Dr Hoon-Ying Lau & Dr John Whittle

May 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of the Perioperative Medicine Reviews Newsletter, containing a selection of the best perioperative medicine articles news and reviews published in the past couple of months. Several of the articles listed are pay per view. If you want access to a pdf then email me at johnwhittle@doctors.org.uk


Perioperative Journal Watch

Dr John Whittle

April 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of the Perioperative Medicine Reviews Newsletter, containing a selection of the best perioperative medicine articles news and reviews published in the past couple of months. Several of the articles listed are pay per view. If you want access to a pdf then email me at johnwhittle@doctors.org.uk


Perioperative Journal Watch

Dr John Whittle

Feb 2017

Welcome to the February Journal Watch. This month we look at Perioperative outcome after regional anaesthesia, examine one novel way of preventing postoperative delirium as well as looking at whether Clopidogrel does increase bleeding in the month after GI surgery as well as much more. This month concludes with an older but useful review on postoperative urinary retention and a leak to the future: systems design to improve intraoperative glucose monitoring. Please contribute interesting articles in the format below to johnwhittle@doctors.org.uk


Perioperative Journal Watch

Dr John Whittle

Jan 2017

We are experimenting with content and style in preparation for choice elements to be included in a regular print publication. This month the format of reporting is varied. We have presented both expanded abstracts and bullet point headlines. We would appreciate any feedback as to the style you the reader prefer! Similarly, should you wish to contribute, please email johnwhittle@doctors.org.uk


Perioperative Journal Watch

John Whittemore Stokes, Jonathan Porter Wanderer and Matthew David McEvoy

Jul 2016

Preoperative assessment of functional capacity is necessary to direct decisions regarding cardiac evaluation and may help identify patients at high risk for perioperative complications. Patient self-triage regarding functional capacity could be useful for discerning which patients benefit from a clinician evaluation at a Preoperative Evaluation Center prior to the day of surgery. We evaluated the feasibility of preoperative, patient self-triage regarding functional capacity.


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