3 May 2016

Using honey bees to uncover the mysteries of anaesthesia-induced jetlag

From Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan, 1:35 pm on 3 May 2016

New research is being presented today on how to avoid jet lag like symptoms for patients who've been under anaesthetic. The researchers used honey bees to uncover some of the mystery of anaesthesia-induced jetlag and the findings are being presented today at the annual scientific meeting of the Austrlaian and new Zealand College of Anaesthetists. The lead researcher who's been looking at the bees and in particluar their waggle dance is Associate Professor Guy Warman from Auckland University's Department of Anaesthesiology.

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