Tamorish Kole

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BACKGROUND The Broselow™ Pediatric Emergency Tape indicates standardized, pre-calculated medication doses, dose delivery volumes, and equipment sizes using color-coded zones based on height-weight correlations. The present study attempted to provide more evidence on the effectiveness of the Broselow™ Pediatric Emergency Tape by comparing the tape-estimated(More)
Pankaj Arora, Anita Bhavnani, Tamorish Kole and Chris Curry Department of Emergency Medicine, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Department of Emergency Medicine, Saint Peter’s University Hospital, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA; Accident & Emergency Services, Max Healthcare, New Delhi, India; and Department of Emergency(More)
Introduction Readmissions in the ED are multifaceted. A recent metaanalysis showed that less than a quarter of readmissions could be considered avoidable [1]. Less is known regarding the systemic causes of readmissions [1]. Research till now, has focused on the risk factors predictive of readmissions and identifying the most common diagnosis [2-4]. A study(More)
Introduction Without a universal Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system in India, data on the epidemiology of patients who utilize EMS are limited. This retrospective chart review aimed to quantify and describe the burden of disease and patient demographics of patients who arrived by EMS to four Indian emergency departments (EDs) in order to inform a(More)
BACKGROUND Stroke is a common presentation in geriatric patients in emergency department but rarely seen in pediatric patients. In case of acute ischemic stroke in pediatric age group, management is different from that of adult ischemic stroke where thrombolysis is a good op. METHODS We report a case of a 17-year-old male child presenting in emergency(More)
BACKGROUND Emergencies such as road traffic accidents (RTAs), acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and cerebrovascular accident (CVA) are the most common causes of death and disability in India. Robust emergency medicine (EM) services and proper education on acute care are necessary. In order to inform curriculum design for training programs, and to improve(More)
BACKGROUND Hemorrhage is the second leading cause of death in trauma patients preceded only by traumatic brain injury. But hemorrhagic shock is the most common cause of preventable death within 6 hours of admission. Traumatic coagulopathy is a hypocoagulable state that occurs in the most severely injured. International normalized ratio (INR) and its(More)
BACKGROUND The specialty of emergency medicine is in its infancy state in the long history of the Indian health sciences education system. Little analytical published data is available at the moment in India regarding the quality of medical education as perceived by the students. Roff et al. (Med Teach 19: 295-299, 1997) developed a methodology using a(More)
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