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Emergency tracheostomy management: Are we appropriately trained?
The aim of this audit was to assess the level of competency and adequacy of training, among the nursing staff in Royal Derby Hospital Intensive Care Unit and compare it to the national guidelines [1, 2]. The tracheostomy ...
Eccentric exercise increases circulating fibroblast activation protein but not bioactive fibroblast growth factor 21 in healthy humans.
NEW FINDINGS: What is the central question of this study? The role of FGF21 as an exercise-induced myokine remains controversial. The aim of this study was to determine whether eccentric exercise would augment the release ...
Training in emergency medicine.
One of the key challenges faced in emergency medicine is to provide effective training so that clinicians feel valued and supported in the roles they undertake. While there are numerous areas of exemplar practice nationally ...
UK national audit of safety checks for radiology interventions.
OBJECTIVE:: To re-audit the use of safety checklists in radiology departments in NHS departments throughout the UK. METHODS:: This audit was performed on behalf of The Royal College of Radiologists Audit Committee in 2016 ...
Smoking cessation in the emergency department: a qualitative exploration of staff attitudes
Emergency departments see uniquely large numbers of patients across all demographic groups who are more likely to smoke and who attend with acute health concerns that can provide an impetus for behaviour change. Despite ...