Emergency Medicine Journal - Abstracts

Emergency Medicine Journal
A combined HPLC-immunoenzymatic comprehensive screening for suspected drug poisoning in the emergency department.HealthFabbri A., Ruggeri, S., Marchesini, G., Vandelli, A.
A hidden injury.HealthDussa, C.U., Soni, B.M.
Appropriate use of helicopter to transport trauma patients from incident scene to hospital in the United Kingdom: an algorithm.HealthWard, M.E., Black, J.J.M., Lockey, D.J.
Blackthorn injury: a report of three interesting cases.HealthSharma, H., Meredith, A.D.
Bochdalek hernia masquerading as a tension pneumothorax.HealthDalton, A.D., Hodgson, R.S., Crossley, C.
Cardiac tamponade presenting to the emergency department after sternal wire disruption.HealthCope, S., Rodda, J.
Desirable attributes of the ambulance technician, paramedic and clinical supervisor: findings from a Delphi study.HealthKilner, T.
Educating the ambulance technician, paramedic, and clinical supervisor: using factor analysis to inform the curriculum.HealthKilner T.
Emergency department intubation of trauma patients with undiagnosed cervical spine injury.HealthPatterson, H.
Headache management- are we doing enough? An observational study of patients presenting with headache to the emergency department.HealthLocker, T., Mason, S., Rigby, A.
Impact of an outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome on a hospital in Taiwan, ROC.HealthArnold, J.L., Tsai, M.C., Chuang, C.C., Chi, C.H., Liu, C.C., Yang, Y.J.
Ketamine for pediatric sedations/analgesia in the emergency department.HealthHowes, M.C.
Ketamine in prehospital care.HealthPorter, K.
Less is less: a randomized controlled trial comparing cautious and rapid nalbuphine dosing regimens.HealthSmith, K., Jones, T., Thomas, G., Woollard, M., Whitfield, R., Hinton, C.
Management of adrenaline (epinephrine) induced digital ischaemia in children after accidental injection from an EpiPen.HealthWilson, B., Velissariou, I., Cottrel, S., Berry, K.
Musings of a Tsar.(National Director Emergency Access)HealthAlberti, Sir George
News from BAETA.(British Accident and Emergency Trainees' Association)HealthJones, Steve
Outcome of patients identified as dead (beyond resuscitation) at the point of the emergency call.HealthWoollard, M., Harvey, L.
Primary spontaneous tension pneumothorax in a submariner at sea.HealthBrims, F.J.H.
Procedural sedation in pediatric minor procedures: a prospective audit on ketamine use in the emergency department.HealthEllis, D.Y., Husain, H.M., Saetta, J.P., Walker, T.
Prospective, randomized, double blind, controlled comparison of metoclopramide and pethidine in the emergency treatment of acute primary vascular and tension type headache episodes.HealthCicek, M., Karcioglu, O., Parlak, I., Ozturk, V., Duman, O., Serinken, M., Guryay, M.
Randomized, controlled outcome study of active mobilization compared with collar therapy for whiplash injury.HealthFerrari, R., Schnabel, M., Vassiliou, T., Kaluza, G.
Round up of forum news from FASSGEM.(Forum for Associate specialist and staff grades in Emergency)HealthNewton, Andrew
Secondary transport of the critically ill and injured adult.HealthGray, A., Bush, S., Whiteley, S.
The ABC of community emergency care: 4 Shortness of breadth.HealthWoollard, M., Greaves, I.
The giraffe: the emergency care practitioner; fit for purpose? The East Anglian experience.HealthDoy, R., Turner, K.
The Lancaster experience of 2.0 to 2.5 mg/kg intramuscular ketamine for pediatric sedation: 501 cases and analysis.Health 
The new President of the BAEM.(Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine)(Interview)Health 
The who, where, and what of rapid sequence intubation: prospective observational study of emergency RSI outside the operating theatre.(rapid sequence intubation )HealthChan, L., Reid, C., Tweeddale, M.
Towards evidence based emergency medicine: best BETs from the Manchester Royal Infirmary.(Best Evidence Topic Reports)HealthMackway-Jones, K.
Valedictory presidential pearls.(Vision 2010)HealthHeyworth, John
Witnessed arrest, but not delayed bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation improves prehospital cardiac arrest survival.HealthVukmir, R.B.
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