The top five research priorities in physician-provided pre-hospital critical care: a consensus report from a European research collaboration

@inproceedings{Fevang2011TheTF,
  title={The top five research priorities in physician-provided pre-hospital critical care: a consensus report from a European research collaboration},
  author={Espen Fevang and David J Lockey and Julian R. Thompson and Hans Morten Lossius},
  booktitle={Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine},
  year={2011}
}
BackgroundPhysician-manned emergency medical teams supplement other emergency medical services in some countries. These teams are often selectively deployed to patients who are considered likely to require critical care treatment in the pre-hospital phase. The evidence base for guidelines for pre-hospital triage and immediate medical care is often poor. We used a recognised consensus methodology to define key priority areas for research within the subfield of physician-provided pre-hospital… CONTINUE READING
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