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List of every expert witness claiming expertise in Anaesthetic apparatus

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Anaesthetic apparatus. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Dr Nathanson in NOTTINGHAM
Consultant Anaesthetist with a special interest in neuroanaesthesia, trauma, orthopaedic & day case anaesthesia. I have expertise in all areas of clinical anaesthesia, excluding intensive care & obstetric anaesthesia. I work at a large provincial teaching hospital with educational, appraisal & clinical responsibilities. I have been an editor of two major international journals of anaesthesia, Past-President of the Neuroanaesthesia Society, member of Council of the Association of Anaesthetists ...
Professor Hardman in NOTTINGHAM
Anaesthesia (general, spinal, epidural & local) • Awareness during anaesthesia • Injury & complications during anaesthesia • Patient safety • Problems with tracheal intubation • Pre-operative assessment & preparation • Post-operative care & complications • Medical negligence involving anaesthesia • Research involving anaesthesia • Anaesthetic equipment • Regional (nerve block) anaesthesia • Nerve injuries in the perioperative period • Allergic reactions during anaesthesia • Standard of care in anaesthesia
Dr Howell in LONDON
Appointed Consultant Anaesthetist to St Bartholomew's & Homerton Hospitals in 1992 • Director of Obstetric Anaesthesia at Homerton Hospital • Recognised Teacher of the University of London • President of the Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association 2008-2011 • Panellist for GMC Fitness to Practise proceedings • Main area of expertise is the provision of safe, effective analgesia & anaesthesia for women in pregnancy • Extensive experience in the management of all types of anaesthesia & pain relief for labour & ...
Dr Norman in LONDON
Obstetric anaesthesia & analgesia • Complications of epidural & spinal techniques • Anaesthesia for plastic & cosmetic surgery • Hypotensive anaesthesia • Risk management
Dr Scott in EDINBURGH
Anaesthesia • Intensive care • Anaesthesia for cardiac surgery • Anaesthesia for thoracic surgery • Post-operative intensive care • Patient monitoring • Medical equipment • Infusion therapy
Dr Mortimer in MANCHESTER
Expert in anaesthesia & all aspects of pre- & post-operative care • Reports prepared for claimant or defendant • Special experience of anaesthesia for breast & vascular operations • Previous Examiner & Member of Council, Royal College of Anaesthetists, London • Previous Member of Steering Committee of National Confidential Enquiry into Perioperative Deaths (NCEPOD) & current Member of Steering Committees of Serious Hazards of Transfusion (SHOT) & Royal College of Physicians Audit of Blood Transfusion
Dr Bodenham in LEEDS
Adult intensive care • Percutaneous tracheostomy • Airway care • Fluids & blood transfusion • Vascular access & central venous cannulation • Hickman line insertion & PICCs & ports • Adult anaesthesia • Anaesthetic complications • Anaesthesia - vascular surgery • Resuscitation ...
Dr Hambly in OXFORD
Anaesthesia for all surgical procedures except cardiac surgery & obstetrics • Airway management & intubation • Resuscitation • Awareness • Anaphylaxis • Preoperative assessment • Postoperative care & complications • Cardiac arrest • Spinal/epidural & regional anaesthesia • Nerve blocks • Anaesthetic equipment & monitoring • Central venous catheterisation • Arterial cannulae • Management of haemorrhage • Human factors in anaesthesia
 
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