ASM 2014 media releases and coverage

Chronic pain after surgery – who is at risk and how can it be prevented?
– Sunday, May 4


- Tests to identify future sufferers of chronic pain after operations, The Herald Sun, (Professor Audun Stubhaug)

- Chronic pain rife after surgery, The Age (Professor Audun Stubhaug; Dr Mick Vagg)

- Hundreds of thousands in pain after surgery, Sydney Morning Herald, (Professor Audun Stubhaug; Dr Mick Vagg)

- For many, pain persists after surgery, The Border-Mail, (Professor Audun Stubhaug; Dr Mick Vagg)

 

Laughing gas gets the all clear at last
– Tuesday, May 6

- Study clears air for use of happy gas, Launceston Examiner, (Professor Paul Myles)

 

- Happy gas safety study delights Aussie doctors, Shepparton News, (Professor Paul Myles)

 

- All happy with gas, West Australian, (Professor Paul Myles)
- Anaesthetists laughing as happy gas debate put to rest, Canberra Times, (Professor Paul Myles)
- Anaesthetists laughing,  The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times (Professor Paul Myles)
- A new study by Professor Paul Myles ... Triple J (Professor Paul Myles) syndication x 7
- A new study by Professor Paul Myles ... ABC 612 Brisbane (Professor Paul Myles) syndication x 11
- A new study by Professor Paul Myles ... ABC 666 Canberra (Professor Paul Myles)
- A new study by Professor Paul Myles ... ABC News Radio (Professor Paul Myles) syndication x 7
- A new study by Professor Paul Myles ... ABC Radio 891 Adelaide (Professor Paul Myles)
- Gas use cleared, Herald Sun (Professor Paul Myles)
- Small risks of nitrous oxide use  are laughable, Adelaide Advertiser, (Professor Paul Myles)
- Anaesthetists laugh as happy gas debate put to rest, Canberra Times, (Professor Paul Myles)
- All happy with gas, West Australian, (Professor Paul Myles)
- Happy gas safety delights doctors, Shepparton News, (Professor Paul Myles)
- Interview with Red Symons, ABC Radio 774, (Professor Paul Myles)
- Interview with 6PR Breakfast (Perth, Professor Paul Myles)
 

Is it possible to fight cancer with anaesthesia?
– Wednesday, May 7

- Anaesthetics may hold key to fighting tumours, Herald Sun online (Dr Jonathan Hiller)

- Pain drug to deter return of cancer, Adelaide Advertiser (Dr Jonathan Hiller)

- Sleep the best medicine, Herald Sun (Dr Jonathan Hiller)



Anaesthesia and cognitive impairment Herald Sun

 

Life-saving surgery can ruin lives, msn NZ (Dr Peter Saul)


 

Smelly tube in the nose beats tummy bug, The Australian (Associate professor Ian Seppelt)

Human faeces pumped through a patient's nose used as superbug medicine, The Guardian (Associate professor Ian Seppelt) 



Memory loss after surgery raises fears for dementia in over 65s, Sydney Morning Herald (Associate professor David Scott)

Surgery link to dementia, memory loss, The Age, (Associate professor David Scott)

Surgery “causes memory loss”, Border Mail (Associate professor David Scott)

Surgery linked to memory loss, Radio 5AA, (Dr Lis Evered)

Possible link between surgery and memory loss, Radio National, (Associate professor David Scott)

 

 

Gut microbes:

Smelly way to beat tummy bug, Shepparton News, (Professor Ian Seppelt)

“Faecal transplant” wipes out superbug in stomach, Newcastle Herald, (Professor Ian Seppelt)

Faeces implanted via the nose to treat C difficile, Medical Observer, (Professor Ian Seppelt)

 

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