Successful trial of ambulance extrication

by Mar 20, 2017

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Sophie’s Visit to WiSE

WiSE had the pleasure of treating Sophie. Sophie presented with a sore arm, following a fall off a slide onto an outstretched arm. Following the management of her pain, Sophies x-ray showed a fracture. She was sent home with a plaster cast for follow up with the...

Waiting is not an Emergency
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Waiting is not an emergency

Face Sheet by South Australian Government. Interesting article by SA Health titled 'Waiting is not an emergency. Let us treat the people who need it most, first. WiSE was established to help ease the load on ED by seeing patients that have acute or urgent...

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Beat the Heat

Beat the Heat: Beat Sydney's Heat this Summer! In the coming days Sydney siders are going to be hit by a heat wave that will see temperatures soar to more than 40 degrees, we've collated a few handy tips to held beat the heat. During this period please take extra...

Concussions in Sport

Concussions in Sport

Sporting season is here and sports-related concussions are on the rise, know what to look out for What is a concussion? A concussion is a type of brain injury caused by knock to the head or a fall to the ground. Concussions affect all levels of athletes, ranging...

Whooping Cough

Whooping Cough

Whooping cough (also known as Pertussis) is a highly contagious respiratory infection of the lungs and airways. In adolescents and adults, the infection may only cause a persistent cough. However in babies and young children the condition can be potentially life...

Food Poisoning

Food Poisoning

Food-borne diseases are commonly referred to as food poisoning. This happens as a result of food that has been contaminated by bacteria, viruses or toxins. Majority of individuals will experience food poisoning at least once in their life. On the rare occasion,...