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Davenport, Lisa, Dobson, Geoffrey, and Letson, Hayley (2019) The role of invasive monitoring in the resuscitation of major burns: a systematic review and meta-analysis. International Journal of Burns and Trauma, 9 (2). pp. 28-40.

Douglass, Janet, Graves, Patricia, and Gordon, Susan (2016) Self-care for management of secondary lymphedema: a systematic review. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (6). pp. 1-20.

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Evans, J.S., Huang, S.J., McLean, A.S., and Nalos, M. (2017) Left ventricular outflow tract obstruction-be prepared! Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 45 (1). pp. 12-20.

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Hargovan, Satyen, Gunnarsson, Ronny, Carter, Angus, De Costa, Alan, Brooks, James, Groch, Taissa, and Sivalingam, Sayonne (2021) The 4-Hour Cairns Sepsis Model: a novel approach to predicting sepsis mortality at intensive care unit admission. Australian Critical Care. (In Press)

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McManus, S., Jones, L., Anstey, C., and Senthuran, S. (2018) An assessment of the tolerability of the Cook staged extubation wire in patients with known or suspected difficult airways extubated in intensive care. Anaesthesia, 73 (5). pp. 587-593.

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Smith, Simon, Liu, Yu Hsuan, Carter, Angus, Kennedy, Brendan J., Dermedgoglou, Alexis, Poulgrain, Suzanne S., Paavola, Matthew P., Minto, Tarryn L., Luc, Michael, and Hanson, Joshua (2019) Severe leptospirosis in tropical Australia: optimising intensive care unit management to reduce mortality. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 13 (12). e0007929.

Sturgess, D.J., Greenland, K.B., Senthuran, S., Ajvadi, F.A., Van Zundert, A., and Irwin, M.G. (2017) Tracheal extubation of the adult intensive care patient with a predicted difficult airway - a narrative review. Anaesthesia, 72 (2). pp. 248-261.

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