This is a very well conducted study from Massey University that provides demographic information on recreational drug use.
On this page you will find links to articles that the SMO staff have thought to be of interest.
These are all stored on the local server so you can access them from anywherePaul Quigley DEMT Wellington
Send text as Word documents or plain text, images as JPEG's or GIF's. Presentation can be sent to me in Power Point format.
The following are the core papers for background reading in the Procedural Sedation untit.
Protocols and Guidelines
- ACEM Policy on Procedural Sedation
- American guidelines
- Wellington's Policy and Guideline
- Error & Failure Management in RSI
Ketamine and Children
Under the Influence
Review of Gunshot Wounds and Blast Injuries
Recent events have highlighted how little experience we have with these types of injuries
These are VERY large PDF documents and will take some time to download.
Recent presentation and Review Articles
Syncope Presentation by P. Quigley
Password is the OLD door code
New Article just released on EMJ; Thankfully agrees with my summary.
Interesting Commentary on NIGHT work
TOXICOLOGY PAPERS OF INTEREST
From (Circulation. 2005;112:III-1-III-4.)
These are the most up to date guidelines available and came from a consensus approach to science.
THESE WILL BE FUTHER DISCUSSED on
January the 11th 2005 by Peter
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Adult BLS
- 3 Defibrillation
- 4 ALS
- 5 ACS
- 6 Paediatric BLS & ALS
- 7 Neonatal Resus
- 8 Interdisciplinary Topics
- 9 Stroke
- 10 Controversies
- 11 First Aid