Dr Toby Fogg

Clinical Lecturer
Emergency Medicine, Northern Clinical School

Telephone 9926 7512

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Biographical details

Toby Fogg is an Emergency Physician at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and he also works as a Retrieval Specialist for CareFlight.

Research interests

He has an interest in trauma, pre hospital and interhospital medicine, emergency airway management and emergency ophthalmology

Current projects

He is the principal investigator of the Australia and New Zealand Emergency Department Airway Registry. This is a multi centre prospective observational study of Emergency Department airway management, designed to acquire data on the practice of intubation in the ED in order to improve the quality of care associated with this procedure

Primary Objectives

1. This project will provide each participating department the data that they will require for audit of their practice, with the hope that departments will highlight areas of potential process improvement and then enact change.

2. Pooled data will be used for a descriptive study of the practice of intubation in Australasian EDs, with particular emphasis on the indication, staff seniority, techniques (eg induction drugs or type of laryngoscope), number of attempts at laryngoscopy required and the rate of complications. We will compare tertiary, urban district and regional EDs, as well as FACEM/Registrar/CMOs (or equivalent), with regard to the above metrics.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Fogg, T., Court, L., Reid, C. (2013). Critical care transport following balloon tamponade of variceal haemorrhage. European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 20(2), 144-145. [More Information]
  • Fogg, T., Annesley, N., Hitos, K., Vassiliadis, J. (2012). Prospective observational study of the practice of endotracheal intubation in the emergency department of a tertiary hospital in Sydney, Australia. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 24(6), 617-624. [More Information]
  • Partyka, C., Fogg, T. (2009). Leech on the eye: a novel use for hypertonic saline. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 21(1), 84-85. [More Information]
  • Fogg, T., Semple, D. (2008). Best BETs from the Manchester Royal Infirmary. Bet 2. Combination therapy with H2 and H1 antihistamines in acute, non-compromising allergic reactions. Emergency Medicine Journal, 25(3), 165-166. [More Information]

2013

  • Fogg, T., Court, L., Reid, C. (2013). Critical care transport following balloon tamponade of variceal haemorrhage. European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 20(2), 144-145. [More Information]

2012

  • Fogg, T., Annesley, N., Hitos, K., Vassiliadis, J. (2012). Prospective observational study of the practice of endotracheal intubation in the emergency department of a tertiary hospital in Sydney, Australia. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 24(6), 617-624. [More Information]

2009

  • Partyka, C., Fogg, T. (2009). Leech on the eye: a novel use for hypertonic saline. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 21(1), 84-85. [More Information]

2008

  • Fogg, T., Semple, D. (2008). Best BETs from the Manchester Royal Infirmary. Bet 2. Combination therapy with H2 and H1 antihistamines in acute, non-compromising allergic reactions. Emergency Medicine Journal, 25(3), 165-166. [More Information]

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