Systematic review of non-transportation rates and outcomes for older people who have fallen after ambulance service call-out.

@article{Mikolaizak2013SystematicRO,
  title={Systematic review of non-transportation rates and outcomes for older people who have fallen after ambulance service call-out.},
  author={A. Stefanie Mikolaizak and Paul Simpson and Anne Tiedemann and Stephen R. Lord and Jacqueline C. T. Close},
  journal={Australasian journal on ageing},
  year={2013},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={
          147-57
        }
}
AIM To review the evidence regarding non-transported older people who have fallen in relation to non-transportation rates, outcomes and impact of alternate care pathways. METHOD Electronic databases and reference lists of included studies (up to December 2011) were systematically searched. Studies were eligible if they included data on non-transportation rates, information on outcomes or alternate care pathways for older people who have fallen. RESULTS Twelve studies were included. Non… CONTINUE READING

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