Acta Journal

Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica is the official publication of the SSAI and is published monthly. Editor-in-Chief: Prof. M. Haney
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SSAI Congress

The SSAI hosts a bi-annual international congress covering the whole range of the speciality anaesthesiology.


Postgraduate training programs for the members of the SSAI.


New guidelines from the SSAI published by the Clinical Practice Committee developed using GRADE methodology. All SSAI guidelines are freely available.

Upcomming events

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The latest addition to the Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2019 programme is the EOLIA trial, presented by Prof Niall Ferguson (Toronto).

Registration is open. #CCR19

#SSAI2019 congress update - keynote by JP Ioannidis on how to increase value of health care research - a must see! Save the date: August 28-30 2019.

Scandinavian anaesthesiology, critical care, prehospital care, and pain management

Noradrenaline use in the early phase of traumatic hemorrhagic shock (HS) does not seem to affect mortality adversely. This observation supports a rationale for equipoise in favour of a prospective trial of the use of vasopressors in HS after trauma.

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