Adverse Events In Surgery In Scotland Show A Steady Fall

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Prenatal glucocorticoid exposure leads to offspring

show that administration of carbenoxolone, an inhib-itor of placental 11 b-HSD 2, to pregnant rats, leads to a significant reduction in average birth weight (20% fall). At 6 months of age, the male offspring of carbenoxolone-treated pregnancies had similar weights to controls, but showed significantly higher

Adverse events in surgery in Scotland show a steady fall

Adverse events that contribute to deaths of patients while they are under surgical care have fallen steadily over the past five years in Scotland. Figures from the 2002 Scot-tish Audit for Surgical Mortality show that poor standards of care caused the deaths of 12 patients who had been expected to sur-vive and made a substantial con-