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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 163 from Emergency medicine Australasia : EMA

Accuracy of clinician gestalt in diagnosing appendicitis in children presenting to the emergency department.

Abdominal pain is a common paediatric presentation to the ED. Accurate diagnosis of acute appendicitis is challenging, with the best-performing clinical scoring systems having sensitivities between 72% and 100%. The aim of this study is to assess the diagnostic accuracy of clinician gestalt according to seniority in diagnosing paediatric acute appendicitis in ED.

Night shift: The recovery.

Two cases of lead poisoning from inhaled opium in Victoria.

The game: Tips on owning the night shift.

Making the night shift the right shift.

Methamphetamine presentations to an emergency department: Management and complications.

There is little recent published data characterising methamphetamine intoxication. The present study aims to describe the clinical effects, management, complications and disposition of patients with methamphetamine exposure.

Patient attitudes towards analgesia and their openness to non-pharmacological methods such as acupuncture in the emergency department.

To investigate patient attitudes to analgesia, opioids and non-pharmacological analgesia, including acupuncture, in the ED.

Re: Evaluation of the trauma triage accuracy in a Level 1 Australian trauma centre.

Response to Re: Impact of the four-hour National Emergency Access Target on 30 day mortality, access block and chronic emergency department overcrowding in Australian emergency departments.

Paediatric intentional head injuries in the emergency department: A multicentre prospective cohort study.

Although there is a large body of research on head injury (HI) inflicted by caregivers in young children, little is known about intentional HI in older children and inflicted HI by perpetrators other than carers. Therefore, we set out to describe epidemiology, demographics and severity of intentional HIs in childhood.

Emergency care in Kiribati: A combined medical and nursing model for development.

To summarise recent developments in emergency care in Kiribati, a developing Pacific Island nation. Multiple donor countries and agencies have partnered in this process. Changes in medical training, staffing models and planned infrastructure developments are all described, with a particular focus on a recent emergency nurse training programme.

Re: Impact of the four-hour National Emergency Access Target on 30 day mortality, access block and chronic emergency department overcrowding in Australian emergency departments.

The Sydney Triage to Admission Risk Tool (START2) using machine learning techniques to support disposition decision-making.

To further develop and refine an Emergency Department (ED) in-patient admission prediction model using machine learning techniques.

Impact of emergency department occupancy on waiting times, rates of admission and representation, and length of stay when hospitalised: A data linkage study.

To assess the association between ED occupancy and relevant outcomes including ED waiting times, rates of admission and representation and length of stay when hospitalised.

ACEM involvement in a successful African emergency medicine programme.

In the past 5 years Botswana graduated its first home-grown doctors and emergency medicine specialists for the country. The postgraduate emergency medicine specialist training arrangement between Botswana and South Africa was challenging in development, implementation and maintenance. Numerous varied supports from ACEM and its International Emergency Medicine Network were integral to these successes. This article encourages further investment of ACEM grants and scholarships in Africa by describing how ACEM ...

Strengthening relationships: We all need a place to call home.

Impact of loading and ambulance transport on cardiopulmonary resuscitation quality.

Use of and attitudes to the role of medication for acute whiplash injury: A preliminary survey of emergency department doctors.

Describe current practice of medication prescribing for acute whiplash-associated disorders (WAD) in the ED and explore attitudes towards pregabalin prescription for WAD.

State of emergency medicine in Indonesia.

As an emerging country with the fourth largest population in the world, Indonesia's purchasing power has strengthened, leading to socioeconomic changes that affect its healthcare system. Additionally, there is a surge of healthcare utilisation after the implementation of a new national insurance scheme, particularly within emergency departments. Similar to other low- to middle-income countries, Indonesia has not prioritised the progress of emergency medicine despite existing evidence that suggests that the ...

The Primary Examination: A tale of two countries.

In this October issue.

Impact of acutely behavioural disturbed patients in the emergency department: A prospective observational study.

The present study describes patients with acute behavioural disturbance presenting to the ED, the impact they have on the department and any complications that occur.

Should freestanding emergency departments be considered in Australia?

The concept of freestanding EDs is a popular operational model of emergency care in the USA. This model has been described as an emergency physician-created innovative solution in resolving ongoing overcrowding issues in EDs. A decentralised community-based emergency care model may be a solution to meet the increasing demand for emergency and unscheduled acute care in Australia. It may also help to reduce the number of acute hospital admissions through EDs. The aim of freestanding EDs should be to manage an...

Human factor-designed multimodal intervention reduces the rate of unused peripheral intravenous cannula insertion.

Our objective was to examine the impact of a human factor-designed multimodal intervention on the proportion of unused peripheral i.v. cannula (PIVC) insertion in our ED.

Qualitative analysis of perceptions and experiences of emergency department staff in relation to implementation and outcomes of the Four-Hour Rule/National Emergency Access Target in Australia.

The implementation of the time target policy (Four-Hour Rule/National Emergency Access Target [4HR/NEAT]) constituted a major change for ED, and potentially on quality of care. The present study aimed to understand perceptions and experiences of ED staff during 4HR/NEAT implementation.

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