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December 1995. Contents
Editorial. Decision making partners: cost and outcome.
Bernard V. Wetchler.
Total intravenous anaesthesia in day case surgery.
PH Carroll, TW Ogg.
Laparoscopic day surgery: the process of recovery for women.
J Donoghue, D Pelletier, C Duffield, R Gomez-Fort.
Day case laparoscopic cholecystectomy — a feasibility study.
JI Livingstone, CJ Cahill.
The results of direct access day surgery for minor operations.
F Meurisse, T Malins, RD Leach.
Day surgery dilatation and curettage: patients’ experiences.
M Petticrew, NA Black, L Moore.
Microlaryngeal surgery on a day case basis.
JM Maestre, C Morales, F Carrera, J Bezos, J García, F Ramos.
Quality assessment in a day surgery unit.
RJ Theus, PMNYH Go, F van Wijmen.
The efficacy of postoperative pain management with ketorolac for day case oral surgery.
P Coulthard, AT Snowdon, JP Rood.
The role of oxygen therapy in the recovery phase of day surgery.
KJ Fogg, PRI Saunders, D Wilkinson.
Folly! The long distance day surgery patient.
KJ Fogg, PRI Saunders.
Value-based anesthesia care for the adult outpatient — discussed at 1995 American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting
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September 1995. Contents
Rebecca S. Twersky.
Pre-emptive analgesia reduces postoperative pain experience following oral day case surgery.
PJ Thomson, JP Rood.
Codafen continus® analgesia for dental day surgery (comparison of codafen continus vs. diclofenac).
M Hitchcock, BJ Watson, PRF Davies, TW Ogg.
A placebo controlled comparison of ketorolac and fentanyl for use in day case oral surgery.
GM Walton, P Kenny, JP Rood, AT Snowdon, C Greenslade.
Paediatric ambulatory anaesthesia.
Low-dose propofol for the treatment of postoperative emesis in children.
RS Litman, AA Berger, BA Zerngast, A Chhibber.
The relationship of preoperative and intraoperative factors on the incidence of pain following ambulatory surgery.
FB Payne, JN Ghia, KJ Levin, NC Wilkes.
Patients’ opinions and experiences of ambulatory surgery — a self-care perspective.
I Lindén, I Bergbom Engberg.
Admissions following ambulatory surgery: outcome in seven urban hospitals.
RS Twersky, M Abiona, AC Thorne, R Levine, C Greenberg, E McInerney, M Mingus, D Susman.
Promoting ambulatory surgery — grounds for contention? (Doubts and questions).
International Association for Ambulatory Surgery: Ambulatory surgery: a worldwide concern.
Wallace A Reed.
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June 1995. Contents
Editorial. Never mind the quality feel the width.
Paul E.M. Jarrett.
Highlights from ASA panels on anaesthesia for ambulatory surgery: Anaesthesia for ambulatory surgery: postanaesthesia care unit issues.
Laparoscopy as a day-case procedure — the patient’s view.
GM Cooper, AF Malins, JA Jordan.
Airway management during gynaecological laparoscopy — is it safe to use the laryngeal mask airway?
J Brimacombe, A Berry.
Incidence of postoperative vomiting in ambulatory gynaecological laparoscopies, depending on anaesthesic technique employed.
LF Ortega, J Aguirre, I Blanco, L Tena, L Aguilera, E Cardenas.
Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair: quality of recovery following the use of intraperitoneal bupivacaine.
ST Goulding, BC Hovell.
Postoperative pain control in paediatric ambulatory herniorrhaphy and orchiopexy using atraumatic intraoperative instillation of bupivacaine in comparison with rectal application of acetaminophen: a double-blind study.
W Astfalk, GU Walz, G Stuhldreier, P Schweizer, H Warth, R Beerlage.
Complications following paediatric ambulatory surgery.
RI Patel, RS Hannallah.
Ambulatory surgery for hydrocele: a review of 200 cases.
P Shah, SR Mohanty, VV Dewoolkar, TT Changlani.
Measurement of ankle cuff discomfort in unsedated patients undergoing day case foot surgery.
DR Tollafield, TE Kilmartin, DJ Holdcroft, G Quinn.
Ambulatory forefoot day-case surgery.
MJ Farrar, JM Pickard, MS Binns.
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March 1995. Contents
Hair-follicle obstruction — hidradenitis suppurativa and pilondal cyst: clinical features and histological picture.
C Felding, J Moesgaard, L Clevin, S Fischer.
Experience with varicose vein surgery in a day surgical centre.
DTA Hardman, MI Patel, CM Fisher, M Appleberg.
Esmolol as an anaesthetic adjunct in ambulatory surgery.
RJ Bagshaw, TJ Conahan, C Delling, RT Geer, WJ Levy, ML Young.
Ambulatory surgery to cope with long patient waiting lists.
E Sierra, F Pi, J Domingo, R Calabuig, J Prat, C Ramon, J Colomer
Formulating an effective exposure control plan to deal with needlestick injuries in a free-standing surgical centre.
WA Turley, L DeChesser.
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in a surgical day unit setting: short term results.
J Marin, A Gallardo, S Marrero, A Zulueta.
Day-case adenoidectomy — safety and cost effectiveness.
The laryngeal mask in day surgery: a survey of current practices and usage.
RC Pollard, GM Cooper.
The real cost of total intravenous anaesthesia: cost versus price.
M Hitchcock, G Rudkin.