AMSL Aero and aeromedical organisation CareFlight have launched Vertiia — an efficient electric air ambulance built to tackle rural and regional healthcare inequality and save more lives.
Child and adolescent exposure to poisoning while at school is relatively common and appears to be increasing, according to research from the University of Sydney.
It is sometimes said that paramedics see more trauma in one shift than most people see in a lifetime. We ride along with Steve Perryman for the day.
More than 10% of healthy people who develop severe COVID-19 produce misguided antibodies that attack the patient's own immune system.
A report published by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reveals that more Australians are surviving stroke.
A paramedic has been taken to hospital suffering severe pain and a partially dislocated shoulder after being assaulted while attempting to treat a patient.
The Australian Sepsis Network is on a mission to facilitate a coordinated national approach to tackling sepsis in Australia.
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NSW Ambulance has announced a plan to temporarily introduce paramedic students to out-of-hospital emergencies, raising concerns from the NSW Australian Paramedics Association.
One in 10 of the 250,000 Australians living with epilepsy experience a seizure-related injury each year, many of which can be life-threatening.
Modelling published by the Medical Journal of Australia suggests that Australian hospitals do not currently have the capacity to accommodate possible demand.
Medical recruitment companies MedWorld and MedRecruit have joined forces to launch a campaign to help find the workforce needed to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
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So what are these clinics? And why are people being advised to use them rather than seeing their GP or going straight to the emergency department?
The NSW model is more likely to trigger a warning of patient deterioration from sepsis than the internationally recommended model.
A Monash Health study investigating inequalities in acute stroke care found Australians in rural areas are not receiving the same timely care as those in cities.