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Emergency Medicine Australasia was previously published as Emergency Medicine.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 19, Number 3, June 2007

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Validation of emergency physician ultrasound in diagnosing hydronephrosis in ureteric colic
pp. 188-195(8)
Authors: Watkins, Stuart; Bowra, Justin; Sharma, Praneal; Holdgate, Anna; Giles, Alan; Campbell, Lewis

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Self-rated health in the unwell elderly presenting to the emergency department
pp. 196-202(7)
Authors: Wong, Daniel D; Wong, Reginald PC; Caplan, Gideon A

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Frova intubating catheter position can be determined with aspirating oesophageal detection device
pp. 203-206(4)
Authors: Kadry, Tahir; Harvey, Martyn; Wallace, Muir; Imrie, Justin

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Emergency department deaths despite active management: Experience from a tertiary care centre in a low-income country
pp. 213-217(5)
Authors: Khan, Nadeem U; Razzak, Junaid A; Alam, Syed MH; Ahmad, Humaid

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Early computerized tomography accurately determines the presence or absence of scaphoid and other fractures
pp. 223-228(6)
Authors: Cruickshank, Jaycen; Meakin, Alex; Breadmore, Ross; Mitchell, David; Pincus, Steven; Hughes, Thomas; Bently, Bronwyn; Harris, Mark; Vo, Austin

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Randomized controlled trial of an instructional DVD for clinical skills teaching
pp. 241-245(5)
Authors: Lee, Joon C; Boyd, Russell; Stuart, Peter

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Utility of urine drug screening: A Clinical audit
pp. 246-252(7)
Authors: Murnion, Bridin P; Granot, Ron; Day, Richard O

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Clinical outcomes of magnetic resonance imaging in blunt cervical trauma
pp. 253-261(9)
Authors: Labattaglia, Matthew P; Cameron, Peter A; Santamaria, Mark; Varma, Dinesh; Thomson, Kevin; Bailey, Michael; Kossmann, Thomas

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Emerging epidemic in Australia: Abdominal stab wounds. Twenty-four months at a major trauma centre
pp. 262-268(7)
Authors: Rozen, Warren Matthew; Ma, Ellen Hui; Jones, Ian T; Judson, Rodney Thomas

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Management of haemodynamically stable patients with abdominal stab wounds
pp. 269-275(7)
Authors: Mitra, Biswadev; Gocentas, Robert; O’Reilly, Gerard; Cameron, Peter A; Atkin, Chistopher

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Abdominal pain and jaundice: Appendiceal perforation an important differential
pp. 276-278(3)
Authors: Dawes, Tim; Burrows, Cameron

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Corrigenda
pp. 286-286(1)

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Corrigenda
pp. 286-286(1)

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