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Human factors: role of cognitive and social skills in clinical practice (2017)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Thomas Wood Citation: Emergency Nurse; Mar 2017; vol. 24 (no. 10); p. 18-19 Abstract: Last September, a team from our trust was chosen by the Resuscitation Council UK (RCUK) to represent the UK in

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Improving Oxygen Delivery on Wards (2017)

Type of publication: Post on the Academy of Fab NHS Stuff website Author(s): Nawaid Ahmad Full text: Oxygen (O2) is a drug and should be prescribed if administered to a patient. The British Thoracic Society has published guidelines on emergency

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Rapid sequence induction in patients with acute appendicitis: is it always justified? (2016)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): Keogh, Peter, *Keogh, Tara Citation: British Journal of Hospital Medicine, Sep 2016, vol. 77, no. 9, p. 546

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Complications of airway management and how to avoid them (2014)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Chandra P., Frerk C. Citation: Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, December 2014, vol./is. 4/6(195-199) Abstract: Major complications of airway management are rare, but complications causing minor patient harm are common. Our aim should

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Extrication time prediction tool (2015)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): Nutbeam, Tim, *Fenwick, Rob, Hobson, Charles, Holland, Vikki, Palmer, Michael Citation: Emergency medicine journal : EMJ, May 2015, vol. 32, no. 5, p. 401-403 (May 2015) Abstract: Many patients will require extrication following a

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The stages of extrication: A prospective study (2014)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): Nutbeam T., *Fenwick R., Hobson C., Holland V., Palmer M. Citation: Emergency Medicine Journal, December 2014, vol./is. 31/12(1006-1008), 1472-0205;1472-0213 (01 Dec 2014) Abstract: Background: Many patients will require extrication following a motor vehicle collision

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Minimising negative ankle and foot X-rays in the Emergency Department-Are the Ottawa ankle rules good enough? (2014)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Crosswell S, *Leaman A, *Phung W Citation: Injury, 12 2014, vol./is. 45/12(2002-4), 0020-1383;1879-0267 (2014 Dec) Abstract: OBJECTIVES: To review fracture rates in patients who had X-rays of either the ankle or foot or both

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The use of a remifentanil infusion and elective tracheostomy to avoid ventilation in a patient with tetanus (2014)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Redshaw C., *Slater R. Citation: Journal of the Intensive Care Society, April 2014, vol./is. 15/2(161-163), 1751-1437 (April 2014) Abstract: Tetanus is very rare in developed countries but the mortality is still high in the

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Rapid sequence induction in urgent care settings. (2014)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Fenwick R Citation: Emergency Nurse, 03 2014, vol./is. 21/10(16-24), 1354-5752;1354-5752 (2014 Mar) Abstract: In the management of critically ill patients in emergency departments, rapid sequence induction (RSI) of anaesthesia is often required. This article

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A man with absolute dysphagia after eating a steak (2014)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Osborne MS, Saunders T, *Fuerstenberg F,┬áCostello D, Dhesi B Citation: BMJ, 2014, vol./is. 349/(g5462), 0959-535X;1756-1833 (2014) Abstract: Link to more details or full-text: http://www.bmj.com/content/349/bmj.g5462  

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