Christopher Donald

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AIM In patients presenting to the emergency department (ED) with significant poisoning and reduced Glasgow coma score (GCS), the decision to proceed with rapid sequence intubation can be a difficult one. Traditionally, patients with a GCS of 8 or less are thought to require airway protection. It has been found that a number of these patients can be managed(More)
It is said that nursing is 'informed by research'. We evaluated the effect a clinical research project had on the nursing procedure of a nonrotating, permanent continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) team involved primarily in patient care. A trial of the overnight solute clearance as a simple measure of the adequacy of CAPD was carried out and its(More)