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What is anaesthesia?

​There are several types of anaesthesia that may be used individually or in combination, depending on the operation.

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BJA personal subscriptions

As a member, you can subscribe to the high-impact British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) at a heavily discounted personal subscription rate.

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CO2 insufflation in endoscopy reduces risk of gas embolism

Following the death of a person from suspected venous air embolism, ANZCA recommends CO2 is used for endoscopy insufflation and that anaesthetists maintain a high index of clinical suspicion of gas embolism.

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Our museum

The Geoffrey Kaye Museum of Anaesthetic History was founded in 1935. It showcases over 170 years of advances in anaesthesia and pain medicine, and is the largest and most diverse collection of its kind in the world.

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Our fellows and trainees

Statistics on ANZCA and FPM fellows and trainees

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Michael J Cousins Lecture

In recognition of the significant contributions of Professor Michael J Cousins FANZCA, FFPMANZCA to the field of pain medicine and his initiative to establish the Faculty of Pain Medicine, the faculty plenary session at the college's annual scientific meeting was named the Mic...

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Voluntary assisted dying

Information about ANZCA's position on legalised voluntary assisted dying for terminally ill people in Australia and New Zealand.

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Trauma SIG

The Trauma SIG exists to co-ordinate resources, provide education and deliver updates to anaesthetists who care for trauma patients as part of their regular clinical work, those who are occasionally required to deal with severe trauma, and those who have a developing interest ...

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College publications

Our publications keep members up-to-date and lift the profile of anaesthesia and pain medicine with policy makers and in the wider community.

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Te Whare Tohu o Te Hau Whakaora

Find out why the college has a te reo Māori name; what it means; how it was developed; and how to pronounce it.

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