A few years ago we started up a journal club based on the idea that each journal club meeting should have a theme, rather than being based on a particular journal issue. Not everyone agreed (see the first entry below) and eventually we moved countries ...
|Date: 31 October 2001 |
The venerable New England Journal has recently published several articles of some anaesthetic interest. We peek at these!
|Date: 10 October 2001 |
Prone schmone? Should we recruit more patients in ICU? We examine a few recent articles.
|Date: 27 June 2001 |
Is our editor too savage in his criticism of an article on spinal midazolam? Read me and find out!
|Date: 6 June 2001 |
We look at a few recent articles on lactate, including one study from 1999 that is 'less than perfect'.
|Date: 23 May 2001 |
Another peek at propofol.
|Date: 2 May 2001 |
Beta blockers seem to be the flavour of the century, at least with coronary artery disease. But what of magnesium for the prevention of postoperative arrhythmias? Where does digoxin fit in (if at all)? We toss in a note on QTc.
|Date: 28 February 2001 |
Is renewed interest in PDE inhibitors (specifically, in "inodilators") justified? We briefly examine the issues.
|Date: 24 January 2001 |
Transoesophageal echo is becoming more and more important in both anaesthesia and critical care. We look at a few pertinent articles from the recent literature.
|Journal Club for 2000|
|Date of First Publication: 2001-6-21||Date of Last Update: 2006/10/24||Web page author: Click here|