World Anaesthesia Day
Elsevier is a proud supporter of World Anaesthesia Day!
World Anaesthesia Day takes place on October 16 and commemorates the first successful public demonstration of surgical anaesthesia on October 16, 1846. In celebration of this important day, we are offering free access to some recent popular articles from our anaesthesiology and pain medicine journals.
Enjoy free access to these articles until December 31, 2019. We invite you to read, download and share these articles with your colleagues!
British Journal of Anaesthesia
The impact of anaesthetic technique upon outcome in oncological surgery
M.T.Evans, T.Wigmore and L.J.S. Kelliher
Smoking and anaesthesia
M.A. Carrick, J.M. Robson and C. Thomas
Best Practice & Research Clinical Anaesthesiology
International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia
Pre-eclampsia through the eyes of the obstetrician and anesthesiologist
M.M. Siddiqui, J.M. Banayan and J.E. Hofer
Journal of Anesthesia History
Anesthesia Information Management Systems: Evolution of the Paper Anesthetic Record to a Multisystem Electronic Medical Record Network That Streamlines Perioperative Care
Olga Rozental and Robert S. White
Problems with Developments of Breakthrough Analgesics: Recent History via Scientometric Analysis
Darin J. Correll and Igor Kissin
Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia
Journal of Clinical Anesthesia
Perioperative care of cannabis users: A comprehensive review of pharmacological and anesthetic considerations
Marco Echeverria-Villalobos et al.
Local anesthetics and regional anesthesia versus conventional analgesia for preventing persistent postoperative pain in adults and children: A Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis update
Jacob L. Levene et al.
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management
Patients' Autonomy at the End of Life: A Critical Review
Adam Houska and Martin Loučka
Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care
Postdural puncture headache in obstetric neuraxial anaesthesia: Current evidence and therapy
Rajive Dabas, Ming Jian Lim and Ban Leong Sng
Physiopathological rationale of using high-flow nasal therapy in the acute and chronic setting: A narrative review
Giulia Spoletini, Andrea Cortegiani and Cesare Gregoretti
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