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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A healthy heart matters this World Heart Day

In South Africa, 255 people die from heart diseases every single day, despite the fact that 80% of heart diseases and strokes can be prevented. Healthy food choices can positively impact cardiovascular health and immunity in a matter of weeks and along with moderate physical activity, can reduce the risk of heart disease and play a vital role in maintaining an optimal immune response.

Vagisan – trust the no. 1 product for vaginal dryness

Dryness, itching, burning or pain in the female genital area is a problem for nearly half of all women over the age of 45. Too many suffer in silence and many do not seek treatment. Local specialist brand-building distributor, ACDOCO SA is launching yet another over-the-counter (OTC) first in South Africa, Dr. Wolff’s Vagisan Moisturising Cream.

Excessive salt consumption taking its toll on South Africans’ hearts

Excessive salt consumption taking its toll on South Africans’ hearts The country’s biggest provider of heart disease medication warns South Africans to cut back on salt, as it could have a destructive impact on their cardiovascular system. Nicole Jennings,...

Family caregiving: A case for taking a break

As we approach Breast and Prostate Cancer Awareness Months, we want to take this time to check in with many South African family and friends who find themselves caring for someone at home. Family caregivers typically wear many hats: from healthcare provider to companion, all on top of working a full or part-time job, which experts estimate to be true for 60% of family caregivers. But who takes care of the caregiver? CareChamp weighs in on how caregivers can get the support they need, and make the process more positive for both parties.

South Africans at increasing risk of vision loss

With an ever-growing number of South Africans diagnosed with diabetes and an ageing population, loss of vision due to diabetic eye complications and age-related visual conditions is on the rise. Diabetic retinopathy, a complication of diabetes that damages the blood vessels in the retina at the back of the eye, is the leading cause of vision loss globally.

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