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  • Many people vomit or feel nauseous after surgery, and it’s important to find effective ways to ease these unpleasant symptoms. One of the updated Cochrane Reviews in March 2018 looks at the effect of aromatherapy and we asked Sonia Hines from the Queensland Centre for Evidence‐Based Nursing & Midwifery in Australia to tell us more about the...
    May 25 2018
  • Cochrane is going through major changes. Part of those changes involve reorganization of review groups' structure and function. As part of that organization Cochrane is splitting Cochrane Anaesthesia, Critical and Emergency Care (ACE) into two new groups: Cochrane Anaesthesia, and Cochrane Emergency and Critical Care. Ann Moller, and Nathan...
    May 18 2018
  • A recent Cochrane Overview of eight Cochrane Reviews has identified effective and safe clinician-focussed interventions to reduce antibiotic prescribing for acute respiratory infections (ARIs) in primary care. Antibiotic resistance has become a major public health problem, with some infections no longer treatable using currently available drugs....
    March 28 2018
  • Taking antioxidant supplements to reduce muscles soreness after exercise could have almost no effect, according to a recent Cochrane Review. People engaging in intense exercise often take antioxidant supplements, such as vitamin C and/or E or antioxidant-enriched foods, before and after exercise in the anticipation that these will help reduce...
    March 15 2018
  • Clinicians, patients, caregivers, researchers. We all have a role that we can play in Acute and Emergency Care. We summarize the best available evidence to help people make informed decisions about health. Now you can join our independent network of Cochrane collaborators from over 130 countries producing credible, accessible health...
    February 2 2018
  • FAQs  Cochrane Acute and Emergency Care contact information
    February 2 2018
  • Oxford Trauma launch a James Lind Alliance PSP   Can taking antioxidants help reduce muscle soreness after exercise?
    February 2 2018
  • Cochrane Acute and Emergency Care supports the work of five Cochrane Review Groups focusing on research in the following areas: Acute Respiratory Infections Anaesthesia Bone, Joint and Muscle Trauma Emergency and Critical Care (coming soon) Injuries The primary focus of Cochrane Review Groups is to provide reliable evidence required to make...
    February 2 2018
  • Message from Cochrane Acute and Emergency Care’s Senior Editor, Dr Michael BrownWelcome to Cochrane Acute and Emergency Care, one of Cochrane’s Review Group Networks launching in 2018. The formation of this thematic network is part of Cochrane’s CRG Transformation Programme, which sets out the changes we will be making to ensure Cochrane addresses...
    February 2 2018
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