• Mark A Hamilton, St George's Hospital, London
  • Monty G Mythen, University College Hospital, London


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Research Open Access

Design and methodology of SNAP-1: a Sprint National Anaesthesia Project to measure patient reported outcome after anaesthesia

Moonesinghe SR, Walker EMK and Bell M

Perioperative Medicine 2015, 4:4 (17 April 2015)

Consensus statement Open Access

Perioperative fluid therapy: a statement from the international Fluid Optimization Group

Navarro LHC, Bloomstone JA, Auler JOC, Cannesson M, Rocca GD, Gan TJ, Kinsky M, Magder S et al

Perioperative Medicine 2015, 4:3 (10 April 2015)

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Aims & scope

Perioperative Medicine is an open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes highly topical clinical research relating to the perioperative care of surgical patients.

Its essence is the distillation, examination and application of clinical evidence to improve surgical outcome. Modern perioperative medicine is a true multidisciplinary speciality and the journal welcomes research in all areas relevant to perioperative medicine from any healthcare professional.

Editor Profiles

Mark A Hamilton

Mark A Hamilton Dr Mark Hamilton is Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at St George's Hospital, London. He trained and has worked in London for the past 20 years, and is currently undertaking a postgraduate degree in pre-operative physiological testing at University College London.

"Care of the surgical patient is increasingly recognised to rely on a coordinated approach to healthcare by a multidisciplinary team. Perioperative Medicine brings together the best research from all of these fields and applies it to the care of patients undergoing surgery to help healthcare providers improve their patients' outcomes."

Monty G Mythen

Monty G Mythen Professor Monty Mythen is Smiths Medical Professor and Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care at University College London (UCL), and University College Hospital (UCH) and Director of both the UCL Centre for Anaesthesia and the joint UCL/UCH Biomedical Research Unit.

"With the change in population demographics post-operative morbidity has been recognised as one of the epidemics of the 21st century. High quality cost effective changes in practice demand a robust evidence base."

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ISSN: 2047-0525