David Mountain

Dr, MB BS UK, FACEM

  • The University of Western Australia (M503), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Crawley

    Australia

  • 527 Citations
  • 12 h-Index
20012018

Personal profile

Keywords

  • Acute coronary syndromes
  • Diagnostic decision making in ED
  • Implementing guidelines
  • Pulmonary embolism
  • Trauma

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Projects 2006 2015

Research Output 2001 2018

Establishing an indicator rate for computed tomography pulmonary angiography positivity (yield) in emergency department pulmonary embolism investigation

Aldridge, E. S., Rogers, I. R., Mountain, D. & Jones, P. 1 Feb 2018 In : EMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia. 30, 1, p. 134-135 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalLetter

79 Citations

A systematic review of adverse events arising from the use of synthetic cannabinoids and their associated treatment

Tait, R. J., Caldicott, D., Mountain, D., Hill, S. L. & Lenton, S. 2016 In : Clinical Toxicology. 54, 1, p. 1-13 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Spices
Cannabinoids
Internet
1 Citations
Hospital Emergency Service
Economics
Health
Costs and Cost Analysis
Alcohols

Datasets

RESPECTED metadata-deidentified

Mountain, D. (Creator), The University of Western Australia, 27 Jul 2016

Dataset

Summary of raw data for admission rate, with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity (ATS 4&5) attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

Dataset

Summary of raw data for ED attendance rate, with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity (ATS 4&5) attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

Dataset

Summary of raw data for median ED length of stay (measured in hours), with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity (ATS 4&5) attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

Dataset

Summary of raw data for median time to being seen by ED clinician (measured in minutes), with breakdown by Australasian Triage Score (ATS) categories: Highest acuity (ATS 1&2) attendances; Moderate Acuity (ATS 3) attendances; and lower acuity ATS 4&5 attendances.

Ngo, H. (Creator), Forero, R. (Creator), Mountain, D. (Creator), Fatovich, D. M. (Creator), Man, W. N. (Creator), Sprivulis, P. (Creator), Mohsin, M. (Creator), Toloo, S. (Creator), Celenza, A. (Creator), Fitzgerald, G. (Creator), Mccarthy, S. (Creator), Hillman, K. (Creator), PLos ONE, 14 Mar 2018

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