What happens during a general anaesthetic? Archived

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Andrew Morley gives an overview of anaesthesia. He talks about the key elements of his job, the drugs used in anaesthesia and how the brain is affected. Morley discusses how the anaesthetist’s role continues once the drugs have been given, and what anaesthetists can specialise in. 

This lecture was part of an event called ‘Awake: Anaesthesia — Music — Consciousness' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London. 

Date of lecture: 23rd September 2014  

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Length: 00:07:09

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