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  • ANALYSES currently in progress

    ANZTADC members and analysers are currently reviewing following incident types:

    - Central venous access devices contributing to adverse events

    - Ozempic and full stomach

    - Remifentanil pump issues

    - Safety 2 factors in airway management

  • Ready for the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) National Scientific Conference in Darwin?

    This years ASA NSC will be held from 6th to 9th September in Darwin. We will present a number of important webAIRS findings relating to incidents involving arterial lines, Remifentanil infusions and airway management. There will also be a number of exciting webAIRS workshops - an opportunity not to be missed! Register quickly to avoid disappointment!

  • Collaboration between ANZCA Library and webAIRS

    WebAIRS collaborates with the ANZCA Library. With this collaboration, ANZCA fellows can now seamlessly access the PDF´s of all published webAIRS articles via the ANZCA Library platform. Ready to explore? 


About ANZTADC - the parent organisations that created webAIRS
ANZTADC is the Australian and New Zealand Tripartite Anaesthetic Data Committee. This committee represents and is funded by three organisations, the Australian Society of Anaesthetists, the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. The committee has developed 'WebAIRS' (web based anaesthetic incident reporting system). This program can be incorporated into hospital systems to assist anaesthetists to report, evaluate and receive information regarding anaesthetic incidents. The results of the incident analyses may be fed back into the system and so the 'loop' can be closed as part of a quality improvement system.

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