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Who comes back with what: a retrospective database study on reasons for emergency readmission to hospital in children and young people in England

Wijlaars, L.P.M.M. et al. Archives of Disease in Childhood.  Published Online: 25 April 2016

Objective: To determine the proportion of children and young people (CYP) in England who are readmitted for the same condition.

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Young Stroke Survivor Tells Her Story

What was to be a relaxing day off from school and waiting tables turned into a fight for life for Cassie Scantlin.

On January 4, the 21-year-old senior at the University of North Texas awakened with what she thought was a case of the flu. 744 more words

General Health

EFAR: a sustainable way to increase access to emergency care

Low and middle-income countries not only suffer the highest rates of every category of injury, they also have the highest rates of acute complications for communicable disease, maternal death and under-5 mortality (Jamison et al., 2012).  615 more words

Access

QC On the Scene at Night with STARS gala in Regina

Saskatchewan’s air ambulance program – based in Regina and Saskatoon – received a monetary shot in the arm on April 8 at the Night with STARS gala. 119 more words

QC

Know When to Go to the ER for an Allergic Reaction

Allergic reactions. Everybody has one to something, right? If I asked you what percentage of people you think have allergies — whether it’s to peanuts, pollen, penicillin or perfume — I bet you’d say 100 percent. 719 more words

Emergency Care

Associate of the Year - Shelly Sanchez

Congratulations to our 2016 Associate of the Year, Shelly Sanchez of the Emergency Department.

Shelly is one of the hardest workers and is always “wearing” her trademark smile.  61 more words

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