The Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia (SAJAA) is the official journal of the South African Society of Anaesthesiologists (SASA). The SAJAA is distributed to the most influential role players and decision makers in this therapeutic field. Anaesthesiologists rely on the SAJAA to provide them with review articles, case studies and original research, written by key opinion leaders, on a wide range of topics that affect their daily clinical practice. The SAJAA is utilised by SASA to publish and update national guidelines, and is the official publication of the annual SASA congress.

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The Time to Change Children’s Dietary Habits Is Now, Say Experts at the Second Yoghurt Summit

The Time to Change Children’s Dietary Habits Is Now, Say Experts at the Second Yoghurt Summit On 4 September 2018, the Second Yoghurt Summit was held as a satellite symposium before the start of the Nutrition Congress 2018 in Muldersdrift. The theme of the summit,...

Oxy’s new look campaign boosts self-confidence

Oxy’s new look campaign boosts self-confidence In its quest to remain at the cutting edge of a competitive market, Oxy skin care has recently moved away from its Superhero concept to a cleaner fresher look with a new key message, ‘Be Confident’. According to Tarrin...

The Adcock Ingram Group reports a positive trading performance

The Adcock Ingram Group is pleased to report a 20% increase in trading profit for the year ended 30 June 2018, particularly when considering the price-regulated environment in which it operates and the difficult economic conditions in South Africa.

FIRST OF ITS KIND “WOMAN SUPPLEMENT” LAUNCHED

A first of its kind “woman supplement” with a unique amino acid profile is now available from leading pharmacies countrywide. From the already well-known brand, StaminoGro comes StaminoGro Woman – a supplement which has been specifically formulated for women, and includes a unique combination of amino acids, antioxidants, B-Complex vitamins as well as other vitamins and minerals.

New review of clinical studies shows that antidepressants are effective, but must be given a chance to work

New review of clinical studies shows that antidepressants are effective, but must be given a chance to work Depression affects millions of people worldwide.1 ref 1A It can be severely disabling, impacting general health and wellbeing, and performance at work and...