Diagnostic ability of a computer algorithm to identify prehospital STEMI

Ethical approval for this project was obtained through the Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee (project number 13926), and the AV Research Governance Committee..

A clinical review of the indications for, and subsequent implementation of, a pilot pre-hospital sepsis pathway within NWAS

‘an overwhelming uncontrolled, systemic inflammatory response which is mediated by the immune system, the vascular endothelium and inflammatory pathways in response to an infective trigger’ .

A pilot study exploring the accuracy of pre-hospital sepsis recognition in the North East Ambulance Service

It is estimated there are at least 100 000 cases of severe sepsis each year in the UK, although the true prevalence of sepsis may be higher due to under recognition (Cronshaw et al, 2011). Mortality...

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