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Airway Trolley

Preparation and planning for emergency airway management, including intubation, is key to good outcomes. The use of a standardised airway trolley, aligned to national intubation guidelines, is…

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Airway Trolley Jane Whitehorn

Airway trolley

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MSc in Critical Care

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Daily Assessment

MSc in Critical Care

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Nazir Lone ACE lecture 22nd July2019

Alcohol-related liver disease in the ICU: using data to inform decision-making

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Professor Tim Walsh: Blood transfusion in acute care: are we ready for personalised medicine?

Professor Tim Walsh gives a lecture from the Acute Care Edinburgh Lecture series "Blood transfusion in acute care: are we ready for personalised medicine?"

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John Simpson

A novel diagnostic for pneumonia-the challenges of developing diagnostic tests into practice John Simpson, Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Newcastle University

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Dr Graham Nimmo: new MSc in Critical Care

Dr Graham Nimmo introduces the new online MSc in Critical Care https://www.edweb.ed.ac.uk/clinical-sciences/msc-in-critical-care

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Dr Graham Nimmo and Professor Derek Bell edit 3

Dr Graham Nimmo and Professor Derek Bell discuss the proposed new online MSc in Critical Care.

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Dr Eddie Docherty and Dr James Marple: admission to an intensive care unit following a critical illness

People requiring admission to an intensive care unit following a critical illness often leave hospital with multiple health and social care needs and many, around 25%, have an unplanned hospital…

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Working in partnership to support community recovery and reduce readmission risk after Intensive Care

People requiring admission to an intensive care unit following a critical illness often leave hospital with multiple health and social care needs and many, around 25%, have an unplanned hospital…

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Scottish NMAHP Research award winners

Corrienne McCulloch, Pam Ramsay, Claire Kydonaki and Lisa Salisbury and colleagues have been awarded the NMAHP award from the Office of the Chief Nurse in Scotland.

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Liam Delaney and Vhairi McAtear BMedSci students

Liam Delaney and Vhairi McAtear BMed Sci students discuss what attracted them to the Intercalated BMedSci programme.

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Prof Lesley Colvin pain medicine research

Translational pain research attempts to join up basic laboratory science with direct applications in clinic in order to improve patient care. There are a number of research questions that…

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Dr Mike Gillies & Mr Ewen Harrison: The effect of day of the week on short- and long-term mortality for emergency general surgery.

The effect of day of the week on short- and long-term mortality for emergency general surgery: a population based cohort study. The effect of day of the week on outcome after surgery is the subject…

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Dr Mike Gillies: large epidemiological study

Researchers from Departments of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Surgery at the University of Edinburgh undertook a large epidemiological study looking at data from all patients having …

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