Safety

‘In somno securitas’. A core objective of the AAGBI and the AAGBI Foundation is to advance and improve patient care and safety in the field of anaesthesia and disciplines allied to anaesthesia. 

The AAGBI provides innovation, leadership and guidance to make anaesthesia safer for everyone.

16 December 2016 -  Information on the FDA report Drug Safety Communication from the U.S. about the use of general anaesthesia and sedation in young children - click here

Report a safety problem to the MHRA or the NHS Improvement
Safety problems in medicines, medical devices and blood should be reported to the MHRA. Report a safety problem »
Patient safety incidents are any unintended or unexpected incidents that could have, or did, lead to harm.
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National Essential Anaesthetic Drug List (NEADL)

InjectionThe AAGBI seeks the help of members to build a National Essential Anaesthetic Drug List (NEADL). Find out more »

 

 

NAP5 report and findings

NAP5 logoLargest study on accidental awareness during general anaesthesia. NAP5 report and findings
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SALG incident summaries

SALG

Incident summaries, reports and statements relating to the Anaesthetic E-form project.

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AAGBI Guidance on Resuscitation Certification for Anaesthetists

Members of the AAGBI have sought guidance on the requirement for anaesthetists attending medical emergencies to be current Advanced Life Support (ALS) or Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) providers. Find out more »

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