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Volume 18, Number 2, April 2006

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Anaphylaxis: Persistent enigma
pp. 101-102(2)
Author: Sampson, Hugh A

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Injury severity: Role of alcohol, substance use and risk-taking
pp. 108-117(10)
Authors: Watt, Kerrianne; Purdie, David M; Roche, Ann M; McClure, Rod

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Content analysis of Australian newspaper portrayals of emergency medicine
pp. 118-124(7)
Authors: Kennedy, John F; Trethewy, Christopher; Anderson, Kevin

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Alcohol use among young adults presenting to the emergency department
pp. 125-130(6)
Authors: Tjipto, Alwie C; McD Taylor, David; Liew, Hui

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Profiling patients suspected of drug seeking in an adult emergency department
pp. 131-137(7)
Authors: McNabb, Charley; Foot, Carole; Ting, Joseph; Breeze, Katina; Stickley, Mark

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Diagnosing drug-seeking behaviour in an adult emergency department
pp. 138-142(5)
Authors: McNabb, Charley; Foot, Carole; Ting, Joseph; Breeze, Katina; Stickley, Mark

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Paediatric Research in Emergency Departments International Collaborative (PREDICT): First steps towards the development of an Australian and New Zealand research network
pp. 143-147(5)
Authors: Babl, Franz; Borland, Meredith; Ngo, Peter; Acworth, Jason; Krieser, David; Pandit, Sharad; Pitt, W Robert; Cotterell, Elizabeth; Jamison, Sarah

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Blood pressure measurements on children in the emergency department
pp. 148-154(7)
Authors: Gilhotra, Yuri; Willis, Frank

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Anaphylaxis: Clinical concepts and research priorities
pp. 155-169(15)
Author: Brown, Simon GA

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B-type natriuretic peptide in the diagnosis of heart failure in the emergency department
pp. 170-179(10)
Authors: Chircop, Robert; Jelinek, George A

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Truth hurts – hard lessons from Australia's largest mass casualty exercise with contaminated patients
pp. 185-195(11)
Authors: Edwards, Nicholas A; Caldicott, David GE; Eliseo, Tony; Pearce, Andrew

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Trauma response to the Asian tsunami: Krabi Hospital, Southern Thailand
pp. 196-198(3)
Authors: Johnson, Luke J; Travis, Angela R

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Making the case for USCOM
pp. 205-206(2)

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Reply
pp. 207-208(2)

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Peer review April 2006
pp. 209-211(3)

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