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Emergency Medicine Australasia was previously published as Emergency Medicine.
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Taylor, David McD
Management of new onset atrial fibrillation in previously well patients less than 60 years of age
Taylor, David McD; Aggarwal, Anuradha; Carter, Michael; Garewal, Devinder; Hunt, David
Ambulance diversion is not associated with low acuity patients attending Perth metropolitan emergency departments
Sprivulis, Peter; Grainger, Stephen; Nagree, Yusuf
Reducing the use of diagnostic imaging in patients with suspected pulmonary embolism: Validation of a risk assessment strategy
Goergen, Stacy K; Chan, Thomas; de Campo, John F; Wolfe, Rory; Gan, Eng; Wheeler, Michael; McKay, John
Prospective analysis of the effect of physician experience with the FAST examination in reducing the use of CT scans
Ma, O John; Gaddis, Gary; Steele, Mark T; Cowan, David; Kaltenbronn, Kary
Relative utility of serum troponin and the OESIL score in syncope
Hing, Rosslyn; Harris, Roger
CPR before defibrillation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A randomized trial
Jacobs, Ian G; Finn, Judith C; Oxer, Harry F; Jelinek, George A
Duodenal perforation: An interesting case report
Donald, Kirsten J; Doherty, Steven R; Shun, Albert
Review of branch aortic injuries in blunt chest trauma
Holdgate, Anna; Dunlop, Sarah
Chronic pain syndromes in the emergency department: Identifying guidelines for management
Recent advances in the neurophysiology of chronic pain
Tramadol: does it have a role in emergency medicine?
Close, Benjamin R
Emergency Dermatology: A Rapid Treatment Guide
Year Book of Emergency Medicine 2004
Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 1st edition
Toxicology Pearls, 1st edition
Emergency Medicine: The Principles of Practice, 4th edition
The Australasian Triage Scale applied in a tertiary care hospital in Nepal
Guidelines: The solution to the problem? Damned if you do and damned if you don’t
Don’t stick your NEXUS out in Court
Why don’t trainees pass the exam? Is the game the thing?
The ACEM training programme: Flexibility and diversity are important
Complaints: Lest it should happen to others
Relatives in resuscitations: Where is the harm?
Can an airway assessment score predict intubation success in the emergency department?