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2004
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A National Standard for credentialling and defining the scope of clinical practice of medical practitioners, for use in public and private hospitals

2008
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2008
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Report by Access Economics Pty Limited for The Australia and New Zealand Working Party on the Management and Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism.

2021
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The Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard contains 10 quality statements and 13 indicators to guide quality care for the management of cannulas, and is accompanied by supporting resources.

2021
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The quality statements for the Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard are based on best available evidence and guideline recommendations at the time of development. This summary describes the relevance of each evidence source to the quality statements.

2021
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This literature review describes the evidence regarding the burden of disease associated with sepsis in the Australian population and the impacts of sepsis on people who survive. Evidence for interventions to improve recovery and reduce sepsis morbidity is also described.

2021
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This document lists the evidence sources supporting the Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard, by quality statement.

2021
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This complete version of the clinical care standard includes information about using clinical care standards and the background to the development of the Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard. It provides descriptions of what each quality statement means for women, clinicians, and health service organisations, as well as indicators for local monitoring and supporting evidence.

2021
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This systematic review was commissioned to investigate trigger tools that promote the early detection of sepsis symptoms, including the use of lactate testing in patients experiencing rapid clinical deterioration or suspected of having infection.