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Executive Health Management

X Congress of AECIMA 2022

2022 05 May

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ERAS 2022 - World Congress Madrid

2022 01 Jun

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Executive Health Management

Nonsurgical Orthopaedic Options Often Equal to Surgery

2022 07 Jan

University of Bristol researchers recently examined the outcomes of ten common orthopaedic operations, including knee, hip, shoulder, spine, and wrist surgeries. They found that surgical treatments were often no more effective than less invasive options like exercise, physical therapy, and pharmaceuticals. These surgical procedures often involve cost,... Read more

ICU Management

#EA21: Middle-Aged Men More Likely to Die After Surgery Than Middle-Aged Women

2021 19 Dec

New research presented at Euroanaesthesia 2021 shows that middle-aged men are nearly 50% more likely to die after surgery than middle-aged women.   Previous studies also report sex differences in the risk of complications after surgery, but the results have been mixed. One study showed that men were at higher risk of complications and death after... Read more

Executive Health Management

Dr. Justin Hasenecker Started a New Position as Head of Handsurgery at ATOS Kliniken

2021 22 Oct

Dr. Justin Hasenecker recently started a new position as Head of Handsurgery at ATOS Kliniken. Before this, he worked as Senior Consultant and Head of the Hospital Ward in the Centre for Hand Surgery and Plastic Surgery (FESSH Trauma Centre + SAV Hand, DGUV) in the Orthopaedic Clinic Markgröningen (Max Haerle). Dr Justin Hasenecker’s primary focus... Read more

ICU Management

Methylene Blue for Vasoplegic Syndrome Post Cardiac Surgery

2021 30 Sep

Post-operative cardiac surgical patients are encountered commonly in the intensive care unit. Methylene blue might be a useful treatment for patients with vasopressor-refractory vasoplegia but high quality evidence is lacking. C ardiac surgery is one of the most frequently performed major surgical procedures, with more than 1 million operations... Read more

IMAGING Management

A Long and Winding Road from Surgery to PORT?

2021 22 Mar

Researchers from the Brighton and Sussex University Hospital Trust (BSUH) presented results from a study on “ Time from Surgery to Post-operative Radiotherapy ” at the Annual Radiotherapy and Oncology Meeting of the British Institute of Radiology (BIR) from 17 to 19 March 2021.   Survival rates are significantly worse for patients with head and... Read more

Health Management

Rapidity of Change in Surgery

2020 28 Sep

In early July, Professor Derek Alderson stepped down as President of the Royal  College of Surgeons (RCS). Shortly before that, Prof Alderson discussed with the current challenges in education, research and leadership areas and shared his views on the future of surgery. One of your interest areas is improvement of surgical... Read more