INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR EMERGENCY MEDICINE

22nd International Conference on Emergency Medicine

 

13-16 June, Amsterdam
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  P-013 CASE STUDY OF RECTAL FOREIGN BODY (PLASTIC CONTAINER OF LIQUID GLUE) USED AS REMEDY FOR CONSTIPATION Riki Sakurai Received Received
  P-015 Acute severe behavioural disturbance requiring parenteral sedation in paediatric mental health presentations to Emergency Medical Services: a retrospective chart review Elyssia Bourke Received Received
  P-018 COMPARISON OF THE QUICKTRACH AND VENTRAIN EMERGENCY AIRWAY DEVICES USED BY AMBULANCE NURSES IN A SIMULATED CICO SCENARIO Maik Berendsen Received Received
  P-028 FEVER-INDUCED BRUGADA-LIKE ECG - UNMASKING THE INCONVENIENT TRUTH Sunao Yamauchi Received Received
  P-044 OVERCAPACITY PROCEDURE TO MANAGE AN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT WITH A DEFINED CLOSURE TIME Douglas Neal Received Received
  P-057 THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON RADIOLOGY TURNAROUND TIMES IN A RURAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT IN AUSTRALIA Kiran Guttula Received Received
  P-058 ANALYZING ONTARIOS EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT CLOSURES IN 2022 Bradley Jacobson Received Received
  P-068 PARAMEDIC SUPPORTIVE DISCHARGE TO IMPROVE SYSTEM EFFICIENCY AND PATIENT OUTCOMES: A SCOPING REVIEW Jaqcues Lee Received Received
  P-085 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ASSOCIATED ISOLATION ON SOCIAL ISOLATION AND LONELINESS IN OLDER PEOPLE NEEDING ED CARE Jacques Lee Received Received
  P-086 EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT CASE MANAGEMENT (CARED) PROGRAMME REDUCES HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS Colin Ong Received Received
  P-088 DELIRIUM RECOGNITION BY PARAMEDICS: COULD A MODIFIED CHART REVIEW TOOL IMPROVE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT DELIRIUM RECOGNITION Jaqcues Lee Received Received
  P-089 A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT DONE TO IMPROVE END OF LIFE CARE IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. Asha Srirajamadhuveeti Received Received
  P-108 IS IMAGING REALLY NECESSARY IN FIRST ONSET SEIZURES? Gregory Tan Received Received
  P-135 BASIC EMERGENCY CARE: A MODEL FOR NATIONWIDE ROLLOUT UTILIZING REGIONAL TEAMS Joy Mackey Received Received
  P-136 MULTIMODAL LEARNING FOR EMERGENCY CARE TRIAGE IMPLEMENTATION: EXPERIENCES FROM PAPUA NEW GUINEA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Rob Mitchell Received Received
  P-138 IMPLEMENTATION AND ASSESSMENT OF A TRAINING COURSE ON PAEDIATRIC POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND IN VIETNAM: A PILOT STUDY Takaaki Mori Received Received
  P-145 DECOLONIZING GLOBAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE Shama Patel Received Received
  P-146 CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTS VARY ACROSS HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS: AN INTERNATIONAL MULTICENTRE STUDY Bas De Groot Received Received
  P-163 Womens experiences and perspectives during early pregnancy miscarriage in the emergency department: a literature review Deepankar Datta Received Received
  P-168 EMERGENCY NURSES PERCEPTION OF OPIOID USE DISORDER AND ITS TREATMENT IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT Christiana Prucnal Received Received
  P-184 EQUESTRIAN INJURIES IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Sahira Nahari Received Received
  P-202 RELAPSE RATES FOLLOWING USE OF DEXAMETHASONE AND PREDNISOLONE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE PAEDIATRIC ASTHMA EXACERBATIONS Johnny Burrows Received Received
  P-209 PLAIN RADIOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF LARYNGEAL DIMENSIONS IN YOUNG CHILDREN: NORMAL VERSUS CROUP Jung Heon Kim Received Received
  P-224 TREATMENT OF COVID-19 PATIENTS WITH ANISODAMINE:THREE CASES REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEW Fei Chen Received Received
  P-268 IMPACT OF HIGH FLOW NASAL CANNULA IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT ON INTUBATION RATES AND MORTALITY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Alex Van Hoorn Received Received
  P-277 A CASE OF FUSARIUM INFECTION DURING TREATMENT OF INVASIVE PNEUMOCOCCAL INFECTION COMPLICATED WITH COVID-19 Daisuke Usuda Received Received
  P-287 SEVERE HYPERLACTATEMIA IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: ETIOLOGY AND OUTCOME pariwat phungoen Received Received
  P-289 MAJOR HAEMORRHAGE PROTOCOL ACTIVATION AND BLOOD PRODUCT USAGE IN PATIENTS PRESENTING TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT Petrus Jacobus du Plooy Received Received
  P-292 ACUTE AORTIC OCCLUSION, A RARE ENTITY Paul Yugendra Received Received
  P-295 EFFECTS OF INTRATHECALLY ADMINISTERED SNP ON POST-ROSC CBF AND CEREBRAL LACTATE IN A PIG MODEL OF CARDIAC ARREST Kyung Woon Jeung Received Received
  P-296 PROGNOSIS OF PATIENTS WITH EXTREME ACIDOSIS ON ADMISSION TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY. Yonatan Gershinsky Received Received
  P-334 INCREASING COMPETENCE OF HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS: APPLICATION OF NEWLY LEARNED NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL METHODS IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM. Judith Polak Received Received
  P-343 WINGFACTORS: A COMMUNICATION COURSE FOR THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT Heidi Edmundson Received Received
  P-349 HYBRID TEACHING MODEL FOR ULTRASOUND GUIDED VASCULAR ACCESS WORKSHOP PROVIDES A HIGH-YIELD AND TIME EFFICIENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM Steven Chiang Received Received
  P-351 A CASE REPORT OF HIGH DOSAGES OF DEXTROMETHORPHAN RESULTING IN SHOCK AND SEIZURES IN A NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD FEMALE Shintaro Shimozawa Received Received
  P-379 MASSIVE SUBCUTANEOUS EMPHYSEMA - A SIMPLE AND QUICK PROCEDURE FOR SYMPTOM RELIEF AND RESUSCITATION. Sunao Yamauchi Received Received
  P-384 NEW LIGHT ON AN OLD PROBLEM: ATTENDANCES AT ED DUE TO INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE IN ENGLAND Rachel Jenner Received Received
  P-395 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LUNG CONTUSION VOLUME AND ACUTE CHANGES IN FIBRINOGEN LEVELS: A SINGLE-CENTER OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Ryosuke Nobe Received Received
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