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The Operating Theatre Journal :  The Red Cross is Being Drafted in to Help 11 Overstretched Welsh Hospitals this Winter

They will be tasked with looking after patients' non-clinical needs.

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The Operating Theatre Journal - January 2021

In depth coverage of this month's surgical and anaesthetic news. Read online or download the PDF (registration required).

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The Operating Theatre Journal - January 2021

The Operating Theatre Journal, OTJ, is published monthly and distributed to every hospital operating theatre department in the UK. The distribution includes both the National Health Service and the Private Sector.

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The Operating Theatre Journal - January 2021

The Operating Theatre Journal, OTJ, is published monthly and distributed to every hospital operating theatre department in the UK. The distribution includes both the National Health Service and the Private Sector.

As the coronavirus crisis accelerates, so too has the global demand for ventilators in hospitals. Yet key health workers involved in preparing a patient to receive mechanical ventilation are being left severely exposed to infection themselves. Key Health, Health Care, Mechanical Ventilation, Imperial College, Important Facts, Healthy Lifestyle Tips, Private Sector, Save Life, Corona
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The Operating Theatre Journal :  Anaesthetists and Support Staff Performing Endotracheal Intubations Are Currently Being Exposed to Aerosol Exposure of Airborne CoVid-19

As the coronavirus crisis accelerates, so too has the global demand for ventilators in hospitals. Yet key health workers involved in preparing a patient to receive mechanical ventilation are being left severely exposed to infection themselves.

The Operating Theatre Journal, OTJ, is published monthly and distributed to every hospital operating theatre department in the UK. The distribution includes both the National Health Service and the Private Sector. Operating Department Practitioner, French Hospital, Cardiff University, National Health Service, Student Awards, Hospital Design, Health Research, Bariatric Surgery, Private Sector

The Operating Theatre Journal - January 2021

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

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The Operating Theatre Journal :  Second Patient Cured of HIV, Say Doctors

A man from London has become the second person in the world to be cured of HIV, doctors say.

The failure to address the mental-health needs of people with HIV could lead to an increase in infections, a cross-party group of MPs suggests. Mental Health Treatment, Mental Health Services, Mental Health Problems, Pre Exposure Prophylaxis, People With Hiv, Hiv Prevention, Living With Hiv, Mental Health Journal
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The Operating Theatre Journal :  NHS is 'failing' Patients Living with HIV

The failure to address the mental-health needs of people with HIV could lead to an increase in infections, a cross-party group of MPs suggests.

Does your perioperative team go above and beyond to encourage good communication and create a positive culture within the operating theatre? Is everyone within the team treated equally and included no matter where they are within their career? Theatre Practitioners, Good Communication, Team S, New Face, Above And Beyond, Teamwork, Cover Photos, Equality, Things To Think About
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The Operating Theatre Journal :  Could You Be the New Face of the Association for Perioperative Practice?

Does your perioperative team go above and beyond to encourage good communication and create a positive culture within the operating theatre? Is everyone within the team treated equally and included no matter where they are within their career?

Nearly 700 NHS staff from across England applied to be a part of the initiative when it was announced by Chief Nursing Officer, Ruth May, in September Volunteer In Africa, Nurse Office, Primary Care, Health And Wellbeing, Nursing, Theatre, September, England, Theater

The Operating Theatre Journal :  NHS Unveils ‘Faces of the NHS App’

Nearly 700 NHS staff from across England applied to be a part of the initiative when it was announced by Chief Nursing Officer, Ruth May, in September 2019.

The cooling trial, involving nine UK hospitals, is being led by researchers at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. Wales Cardiff, Birmingham University, Normal Body Temperature, Research Studies, Critical Care, Hospitals, Father And Son, Trials, Theatre

The Operating Theatre Journal :  Cardiff Hospital Trials Cooling Patients after Cardiac Arrest

The cooling trial, involving nine UK hospitals, is being led by researchers at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.

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The Operating Theatre Journal :  Royal Derby Hospital: Disposable Sterile Hijabs Introduced

A hospital trust believes it is the first in the UK to introduce disposable sterile headscarves for staff to use in operating theatres.

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The Operating Theatre Journal :  NHS Providers: Hancock Must Ensure Government Delivers on Promises

Following a cabinet reshuffle from Boris Johnson, which has seen secretary of state for health and social care, Matt Hancock, remain in his position, NHS Providers has outlined the key tasks he has ahead of him.

People were less likely to catch either influenza or a common cold-causing rhinovirus if they were already infected with the other virus, a new study by scientists from the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research has found. Viral Infection, Bacterial Infection, Coughing Up Mucus, Cold Medication, People With Hiv, Flu Like Symptoms, Allergy Symptoms, Duct Cleaning, Flu Season
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The Operating Theatre Journal :  Cold Infections May be Less Frequent in People with the Flu

People were less likely to catch either influenza or a common cold-causing rhinovirus if they were already infected with the other virus, a new study by scientists from the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research has found.

The Operating Theatre Journal : NHS Wales Rolls Out Connected Healthcare to Over 4 Million People with Fiorano

The Operating Theatre Journal :  NHS Wales Rolls Out Connected Healthcare to Over 4 Million People with Fiorano

Fiorano Software, a leading Enterprise Middleware and API Management specialist, has announced that National Health Service (NHS) Wales, UK has implemented the Fiorano ITK Framework to integrate its national systems across the seven health boards of Wales serving over 4 million people.

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The Operating Theatre Journal :  700 Lives Saved and More Patients Heading Home Sooner after Emergency Bowel Surgery

Research led by the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) around improvements in the care of over 24,000 patients before, during and after emergency bowel surgery has shown enhanced patient care to have reduced the average hospital stay from 19.2 days in 2013 to 16 days in 2018, saving the NHS £34 million annually.