We hypothesise that wearables could transform perioperative care, including through facilitating early-discharge, a key tenant of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS), by enabling remote patient monitoring of physiological & functional variables.
We are clinicians who are part of the ‘shielded’ or ‘extremely vulnerable’ group, as determined either by the government  or local policy. Whereas we appreciate the unprecedented and rapidly evolving nature of this situation, our group has been conspicuous by its absence from organisational guidance.
Perella et al. should be applauded for publishing the largest anaesthetic logbook analysis to date [^1] and illustrating the educational value of such previously underutilised data. Despite the plethora of different logbook platforms in use, they managed to capture 801 trainees out of a total of 4720 across the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Background & aims Subdural haemorrhage after epidural is a rare complication, which can pose diagnostic challenge given the varied differentials for intrapartum headache. We present a 30-year-old fit and well female at 40 weeks and 2 days gestation with an epidural uneventfully sited.
Inaugural 'Innovation in Anaesthesia' BSc project leading to multidisciplinary and industrial collaboration