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The Neuro Anaesthesia & Critical Care Society of Great Britain and Ireland (NACCS) evolved from the Neurosurgical Travelling Club (NATC) founded in 1965. This is the official web site of the society promoting its objective “the advancement of education for the public benefit in the science of neuro anaesthesia and neuro critical care”
NACCS has been active in its contribution and development of guidelines related to neuro anaesthesia and neuro critical care with other key organisations:
March 15th, 2018
14th September 2017The RCoA has received a Coroner’s Regulation 28 Letter Relating to Spinal Surgery which they have asked NACCSGBI to help disseminate. The letter can be found here.
12th February 2015NASGBI have now awarded two research grants each of £10000, using the NIAA system, and plan to offer a third grant of up to £20k in the first round of 2017, for research into a suitable topic within the neuroanaesthesia/critical care sphere. Please read to see how NACCSGBI is involved with supporting the NIAA.
14th September 2017The RCoA has received a Coroner’s Regulation 28 Letter Relating to Spinal Surgery which they have asked NACCSGBI to help disseminate. The letter can be found …Read More
29th December 2017Dear NACCS Member, The British Journal of Anaesthesia has published the article “Management of Perceived Devastating Brain Injury after Hospital Admission – A Consensus Statement …Read More
30th June 20172017 NACCSGBI and SNACC Annual Scientific Meeting Report. The 2017 meeting was held in London, at the Institute of Electrical Engineers, a magnificent building …Read More
22nd May 2017Overview NHS England has today (19 May 2017) launched a 90 day public consultation on a clinical commissioning policy proposition for Mechanical thrombectomy for acute …Read More
29th September 2016Please use link to see latest BTF Guidelines. https://braintrauma.org/uploads/13/06/Guidelines_for_Management_of_Severe_TBI_4th_Edition.pdf?utm_source=newsletter_315&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=critical-care-reviews-newsletter-250
8th September 2016The RESCUEicp study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine today http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1605215?query=featured_home#t=articleTop