Results for: D. Jones

Physiological antecedents and ward clinician responses before medical emergency team activation

S. Sprogis, J. Currey, J. Considine, I. Baldwin, D. Jones

2017 / Vol. 19, pp. 50 - 56 / Critical care and resuscitation

Physiological status during emergency department care: relationship with inhospital death after clinical deterioration

J. Considine, D. Jones, D. Pilcher, J. Currey

2015 / Vol. 17, pp. 257 - 262 / Critical care and resuscitation

Missed medical emergency team activations: Tracking decisions and outcomes in practice

J. Guinane, T. Bucknall, J. Currey, D. Jones

2013 / Vol. 15, pp. 266 - 272 / Critical care and resuscitation

The timing of rapid-response team activations: A multicentre international study

D. Jones, R. Bellomo, G. Hart, A. Parma, R. Gibney, S. Bagshaw, G. Bhatia, T. Leong, G. Eastwood, L. Peck, J. Barret, T. Bucknall, K. Hillman, M. Parr, G. Jäderling, D. Konrad, A. Casamento, A. Doric, C. Street, G. Duke, J. Barbetti, J. Prowle, D. Crosby, E. Licari, K. Farley, M. Fedi, C. Fong, R. Atan, R. Ruseckaite, M. MacPartin, J. Stevenson, A. Bengtsson, A. Ghosh, C. Botha, M. Kaufmann, N. MacDonald

2013 / Vol. 15, pp. 15 - 20 / Critical care and resuscitation

Incidence of missed medical emergency team (MET) activation

J. Guinane, T. Bucknall, J. Currey, D. Jones

2011 / Vol. 24, pp. 63 - 64 / Proceedings of the 35th Australian and New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care and the 16th Annual Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Conference