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Probable allergic reaction to Spongostan

The college has been made aware of an incident involving a probable allergic reaction to Spongostan (a gelatin foam).

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Safety alert – cephazolin vials with red cap

ANZCA has been made aware of an incident where vecuronium was mistakenly administered instead of cephazolin.

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Co-prescription of gabapentinoids and opioids

Following the death of a person after minor foot surgery, ANZCA reminds fellows that under certain conditions the interaction of gabapentinoids and opioids can cause severe respiratory depression, resulting in death.

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How can I meet CPD requirements for my type of practice?

We’ve put together case studies, guidance and support resources specific to your type of practice to help you meet requirements.

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Environmental Sustainability Network

The purpose of the ESN is “to advocate, collaborate and promote initiatives and projects related to environmental sustainability within anaesthesia, perioperative and pain medicine”.

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ANZCA Executive Committee

The ANZCA Executive Committee reviews and consolidates documentation and financial matters; makes recommendations to the ANZCA Council, and acts on behalf of the council where appropriate.

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Apply for an ANZCA research grant

Every year, we make grant funding available to fellows and trainees who are novice, emerging or established researchers, for studies in anaesthesia, intensive care, pain or perioperative medicine.

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Short-term training pathway

Applicants who wish to enter a short-term specialist anaesthetic training or pain training (STT) position in Australia must be assessed for the purpose of medical registration. This pathway does not lead to fellowship.

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Web Privacy Collection Notice

Information on what personal information ANZCA collects from you when you use the ANZCA website or web applications.

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Inconsistencies in use of red (or other colour) wrist bands for patients with anaphylaxis history

ANZCA has become aware of variations between hospitals and facilities in the use of red or other colour wrist bands on patients to indicate a history of anaphylaxis. We ask you to take care to know the wrist band practices in each hospital or facility you work in. We also remi...

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