Covid -19 and the CAT Doppler
  • mikebrampton
  • June 16, 2020
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The whole Covid-19 pandemic has made us all contemplate our lives – why do we do the things that we do? What makes us get up in the morning? How can I help the rest of the world, and what does all this actually mean? Small Business, Big Reach Many people look at the CAT…

Our Renewed Commitment to the Environment
  • mikebrampton
  • June 10, 2020
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The Covid-19 situation has shown us so many unexpected revelations – clean beaches, clear skies, reduced pollution, petrol at under a £1 a litre with no-where to go… But what it has really highlighted to us here at Thames Medical is just how much we love Planet Earth and all it’s inhabitants – especially the…

Brain Salad Surgery and the CAT Doppler
  • mikebrampton
  • June 3, 2020
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1994 Neuro Operating Theatres, Brook Hospital, Shooters Hill. I was working with Alan the SODA and a couple of Anaesthetists, learning about the skills and dangers of hypotensive anaesthesia for open brain surgery. The Flat Probe Doppler The key difficulty is balancing the hypotension to facilitate surgery on the open brain (with top of skull…