ISSN 1742-6723, Online ISSN: 1742-6731
Emergency Medicine Australasia was previously published as Emergency Medicine.
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Primary prevention is better than cure
Driscoll, Peter; Lecky, Fiona
Paternalism, pragmatism or self protection?
Optimal staffing of helicopter emergency medical services is controversial
Rashford, Stephen; Myers, Colin
Is the ACEM training programme adequate?
Cameron, Peter; O'Reilly, Gerard
Injury patterns and preventability in prehospital motor vehicle crash fatalities in Victoria
Ryan, Matt; Stella, Julian; Chiu, Herman; Ragg, Michael
Does potassium concentration measured on blood gas analysis agree with serum potassium in patients with diabetic ketoacidosis?
Fu, Phyllis; Douros, George; Kelly, Anne-Maree
Incorrect instruction in the use of the Valsalva manoeuvre for paroxysmal supra-ventricular tachycardia is common
Taylor, David McD; Wong, Lu Fee
Do radiographs requested from a paediatric emergency department in New Zealand need reporting?
Higginson, Ian; Vogel, Sally; Thompson, John; Aickin, Richard
Family member presence during resuscitation in the emergency department: An Australian perspective
Redley, Bernice; Botti, Mari; Duke, Maxine
Emergency management of the morbidly obese
Grant, Peter; Newcombe, Mark
The role of physician staffing of helicopter emergency medical services in prehospital trauma response
Garner, Alan A
Drotrecogin alfa: A role in emergency department treatment of severe sepsis?
McLeay, Adam M
Why don't trainees pass the emergency medicine fellowship examination?
Rogers, Ian R; Leach, Debbie; Brookes, Jennifer G
The first year of a formal emergency medicine training programme in Papua New Guinea
Curry, Chris; Annerud, Carolyn; Jensen, Simon; Symmons, David; Lee, Marian; Sapuri, Mathias
Audit as a learning tool in postgraduate emergency medicine training
Responding to formal complaints about the emergency department: Lessons from the service marketing literature
Phenytoin overdose complicated by prolonged intoxication and residual neurological deficits
Pocket Emergency Medicine, 1st edition
Color Atlas of Emergency Trauma, 1st edition
Emergency Medicine On Call, 1st edition
Biological and Chemical Terrorism: A Guide for Healthcare Providers and First Responders, 1st Edition
Urgent removal of nasal foreign bodies
A nasal foreign body that progressed
What's the surprise?
Peer Review August 2004
Peer Review: Emergency Medicine Australasia