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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 28 from Australasian emergency care

Nurse experiences and confidence in treating critically ill and injured patients following the completion of the First Line Emergency Care Course.

The geographical vastness of Australia in rural and remote regions provides challenges for hospital nursing staff when a medical officer is not immediately available. Delaying treatment until a medical officer arrives can potentially impact on patient outcomes. Some Registered Nurses in rural and remote New South Wales have received advanced training and credentialing through the First Line Emergency Care Course (FLECC) enabling them to initiate treatment prior to the medical officer's arrival. Despite oper...

The management of patients with acute abdominal pain in the emergency department: A qualitative study of nurse perceptions.

Acute abdominal pain is a common reason for presentation to the emergency department. Understanding the role of nurses involved in management of acute abdominal pain is important for improving patient care and outcomes. The aim of this study was to understand the perceptions of emergency nurses in the management of acute abdominal pain.

The impact of simulated multidisciplinary Trauma Team Training on team performance: A qualitative study.

Effective teamwork is imperative in the emergency trauma setting as trauma teams work in the uncertain and complex context of resuscitating critically injured patients. Poorly performing teams have the potential to contribute to adverse events. Efforts to improve teamwork in trauma include simulation-based multidisciplinary team training with a non-technical skills (NTS) focus. However, there is a lack of evidence linking teamwork training programs with the uptake of NTS in real life trauma resuscitations. ...

Knowledge and attitude towards identification of systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) and sepsis among emergency personnel in tertiary teaching hospital.

An emergency department (ED) is often the first point of medical contact for sepsis patient, which plays an important role in early identification and management of high-risk septic patients. The present study was aim to evaluate emergency personnel's knowledge and attitude toward identification and management of systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) and sepsis.

The impact of unintentional alcohol-related falls on emergency departments.

Alcohol is the cause of many injury presentations to the emergency department. There has been little research on alcohol-related falls in the broader adult population, which represent a substantial proportion of the total alcohol-related injury presentations to emergency departments.

Opportunistic immunising in the paediatric emergency department: Are patients due vaccines?

The aim of this study was to identify if patients presenting to a paediatric emergency department were due National Immunisation Program recommended vaccines in order to determine missed opportunities for vaccination or vaccination referral.

Carer perspectives of people diagnosed with borderline personality disorder: A scoping review of emergency care responses.

Caring for a person with borderline personality disorder remains largely stigmatised and misunderstood. When a crisis arises, carers often seek help with the person they care for in emergency care settings such as the emergency department. The aim of this review was to explore, locate and compile the literature regarding the perspectives of family carers for a person with borderline personality disorder in an emergency care setting with a focus on nursing practices. This review advances understandings of ca...

Outcomes at non-trauma centres within a trauma referral network: A five-year retrospective cohort study from Australia.

Describe major trauma activity and mortality within non-trauma centres within a single trauma referral network in New South Wales, Australia over a five-year period.

Incidence, characteristics and outcomes of patients that return to Emergency Departments. An integrative review.

Unplanned return visits account for up to 5% of Emergency Department presentations in Australia and have been associated with adverse events and increased costs. A large number of studies examine the incidence, characteristics and outcomes of unplanned return visits but few studies examine the reasons for return from a patient perspective. The objective of this integrative review was to determine the incidence, characteristics, outcomes and reasons for unplanned return visits to Emergency Departments.

Barriers to providing optimal management of psychiatric patients in the emergency department (psychiatric patient management).

We aimed to determine the barriers to optimal management of psychiatric patients in the emergency department (ED).

Consensus-based clinical research priorities for emergency nursing in Australia.

Research is vital to responding to contemporary challenges of providing safe, high quality emergency nursing care, yet the research priorities for emergency nursing practice in Australia are unknown. This study aimed to establish research priorities for emergency nursing in Australia.

Family presence during resuscitation (FPDR): A qualitative study of implementation experiences and opinions of emergency personnel.

To explore the experiences of nurses and doctors on the implementation of family presence during resuscitation (FPDR) in Victorian emergency departments.

Paediatric emergency nurses' perceptions of parents' understanding of discharge information: A qualitative study.

To identify paediatric emergency department nurses' perceptions of factors influencing parents' understanding of discharge information.

Indonesian emergency nurses' preparedness to respond to disaster: A descriptive survey.

As frontline hospital staff, emergency nurses must be prepared to respond in disaster situations. While many disasters have befallen Indonesia, no available studies document disaster preparedness of nurses in this region. This study aimed to assess disaster preparedness among Indonesian emergency nurses, as well as examine factors that affected disaster preparedness in this group.

Senior emergency nurses' responses to escalations of care for clinical deterioration.

Recognising and responding to clinical deterioration is a safety priority. The aim of this study was to determine the frequency, nature, and response of emergency department Nursing Shift Leaders to episodes of escalation of care for patient clinical deterioration.

To stitch or not to stitch: A case review: Auricular lacerations involving cartilage management in the emergency department.

Patients with Parkinsonism are at risk of frequent falls by virtue of their unstable gait. Auricular lacerations involving the cartilage are usually managed by Plastics Surgeons. Patient Mr Jones (an alias for this case review) had sustained a significant full thickness auricular laceration that was complicated by a past medical history with Parkinson's disease. This case review summarises a nurse practitioner's (NP) clinical decision-making processes and the experience in the management and treatment of au...

Does an assessment aid improve Glasgow Coma Scale scoring by helicopter rescuers in Hong Kong: A randomised controlled trial.

Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is one of the most commonly used patient assessment tools. This study aimed to determine whether an assessment aid can improve the GCS scoring accuracy by helicopter rescuers in Hong Kong.

A prospective evaluation of the 'C.O.A.C.H.E.D.' cognitive aid for emergency defibrillation.

International guidelines recommend that interruptions to chest compressions are minimised during defibrillation. As a result, some resuscitation educators have adopted a more structured approach to defibrillation. One such approach is the 'C.O.A.C.H.E.D.' cognitive aid (Continue compressions, Oxygen away, All others away, Charging, Hands off, Evaluate, Defibrillate or Disarm). To date, there are no studies assessing the use of this cognitive aid.

Flood disaster preparedness experiences of hospital personnel in Thailand: A qualitative study.

Nurses, as well as other health personnel and health systems, worldwide need to be adequately prepared for disasters because it is often difficult to predict where and when disasters strike. The 2011 Thailand flood disaster caused significant damage, including to hospitals. The purpose of this study was to investigate the experiences of hospital personnel regarding flood disaster preparedness in the central region of Thailand.

Do consumers who identify as Muslim experience culturally safe care (CSC) in the Emergency Department (ED)? A scoping review.

Lack of awareness about cultural and religious values and beliefs of patients presenting to Emergency Departments (ED) can compromise patient care and safety. Muslim Australians represent the fastest growing religious demographic group, with over a 77% growth in the last decade. The changing face of the Australian population requires that Australian health care carefully consider the dominant Western cultural paradigm currently influencing health care delivery. This predominance is particularly critical in ...

A Retrospective Study Investigating: Factors associated with mode of arrival and emergency department management for patients with acute stroke.

Presentation by ambulance to the emergency department is critical for stroke patients to receive time dependent treatments. However, little is known of the factors that influence presentation by ambulance.

Implementation of guidelines for sepsis management in emergency departments: A systematic review.

Timely, evidence-based emergency care for sepsis saves lives. The primary aim of this systematic review was to examine the effect of implementation of guidelines for the ED management of sepsis on time to antibiotic administration. Secondary aims were to examine changes in evidence-based sepsis care and patient outcomes.

Nurse-performed focused ultrasound in the emergency department: A systematic review.

The objective of this systematic review was to examine the characteristics and diagnostic accuracy of focused ultrasonography performed by emergency nurses.

Pragmatic evaluation of an observational pain assessment scale in the emergency department: The Pain Assessment in Advanced Dementia (PAINAD) scale.

Pain assessment is challenging in older people with cognitive impairment who present to the emergency department and may result in suboptimal management. Therefore, the usefulness of the Pain Assessment in Advanced Dementia (PAINAD) tool for older people with cognitive impairment presenting with a painful injury was evaluated.

'It's turned our world upside down': Support needs of parents of critically injured children during Emergency Department admission - A qualitative inquiry.

Childhood injury is the largest cause of paediatric hospitalisation in Australia. Parents' psychological wellbeing is important in enabling them to support their children's recovery, however little is known about parents' psychosocial support needs during their child's admission to the emergency department. This study explores the experiences and support needs of parents of critically injured children in the emergency department.

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