Mark J. Carey

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Although many extrinsic factors affecting recruitment in Short-tailed Shearwaters Puffinus tenuirostris have been studied continuously on Fisher Island, Tasmania, since 1947, the need to minimise disturbance in this colony has meant that little is known of the role of intrinsic factors in recruitment for this population of long-lived seabirds. Intensive(More)
  • M J Carey
  • The American journal of emergency medicine
  • 1996
Acute epiglottitis has become a disease of adults, probably as a result of immunization of children against Haemophilus influenzae. This article is a review of the literature on epiglottitis, including signs and symptoms, investigation, differential diagnosis, and treatment in the emergency department. The microbiology is discussed and the importance of(More)
The presentation of aortic dissection in the emergency department may be more subtle than the classic description of a shocked patient with "ripping" chest pain. The epidemiology, variation in presentation, investigation, and management of aortic dissection are reviewed.
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