Which Medical Device launches new anaesthetics device section

Published date : 23 January 2012
Article date : 23 January 2012

Which Medical Device is the authoritative voice for product information, review and opinion in the medical device sector, and we are delighted to add anaesthetics to our existing areas of expertise in cardiology, interventional radiology and orthopaedics. You can browse the new anaesthetics section here

Dr Ian Nesbitt, Senior Editor for Anaesthetics and Consultant in Anaesthesia & Critical Care
said, "increasingly, there are numerous new items of medical equipment available, yet only a limited ability to decide how useful they are in clinical practice. Which Medical Device offers an excellent opportunity for clinicians to read balanced, individualised views of equipment and to contribute their own opinions. This website is an exciting development, and should both simplify and speed up the process of selecting and evaluating equipment for individual and departmental use."

Dr Phil Haslam, Editor-in-Chief and Consultant Interventional Radiologist
said, "anaesthetics and critical care is an important section for Which Medical Device, as this specialty uses many different devices ranging from anaesthetic machines and monitoring devices to nerve ablation devices and drainage catheters. There are numerous manufacturers and making the correct device choice is difficult but vital for optimal patient care.”

Have you used any of these anaesthetics devices? Or can you think of a device we haven't featured yet?

If so, we’d love to hear from you. We believe that clinicians want to know what devices are really like from colleagues who use them, and we depend on the reviews and comments of our members to help fellow clinicians make important decisions. 

Members can comment on any device on the website, or suggest a product that you'd like us to feature.

Browse all anaesthetics devices here or suggest a new anaesthetics device to add to the site.

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