2013 Publications



  • Dinh, M., Roncal, S., Byrne, C., Petchell, J. (2013), Growing trend in older patients with severe injuries: mortality and mechanisms of injury between 1991 and 2010 at an inner city major trauma centre. ANZ Journal of Surgery. 83(1-2), 65-69. [Abstract]

  • Dinh, M., McNamara, K., Bein, K., Roncal, S., Barnes, E., McBride, K., Byrne, C. (2013), Effect of the elderly and increasing injury severity on acute hospital resource utilization in a cohort of inner city trauma patients. ANZ Journal of Surgery. 83(1-2), 60-64. [Abstract]

  • Dinh, M., Bein, K., Roncal, S., Byrne, C., Petchell, J., Brennan, J. (2013), Redefining the golden hour for severe head injury in an urban setting: The effect of prehospital arrival times on patient outcomes. Injury. 44(5), 606-610. [Abstract]

  • Dinh, M., Curtis, K., Ivers, R. (2013), The effectiveness of helmets in reducing head injuries and hospital treatment costs: a multicentre study. The Medical Journal of Australia. , 415-417. [Abstract]


  • Fouche, P., Middleton, P., Zverinova, K. (2013), Training and experience are more important than the type of practitioner for intubation success. Critical Care. , 412. [Abstract]


  • Georgiou, A., Prgomet, M., Paoloni, R., Creswick, N., Hordern, A., Walter, S., Westbrook, J. (2013), The effect of computerized provider order entry systems on clinical care and work processes in emergency departments: a systematic review of the quantitative literature. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 61(6), 644-653. [Abstract]

  • Gunja, N. (2013), In the Zzz Zone: The Effects of Z-Drugs on Human Performance and Driving. Journal of Medical Toxicology. 9(2), 163-171. [Abstract]

  • Gunja, N. (2013), The Clinical and Forensic Toxicology of Z-drugs. Journal of Medical Toxicology. 9(2), 155-162. [Abstract]


  • Li, W., Gunja, N. (2013), Illicit drug overdose - Prevalence and acute management. Australian Family Physician. 42(7), 481-485. [Abstract]


  • Wattimena, J., Pelosi, M., Cheney, K., Green, T., Black, K. (2013), Factors affecting length of stay for women presenting with early pregnancy complications to a public hospital emergency department. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 25(1), 22-27. [Abstract]