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|Title:||Survivor: a nursing challenge from the Northern Territory||Authors:||Hicks, K.||Issue Date:||2007||Source:||2007 Summer 20, (4), 2007, p. 32-3||Pages:||32-3||Journal:||ACORN||Abstract:||The author moved to a remote mining location in the Northern Territory where she was involved in a case that was to become a benchmark for all other postpartum haemorrhage at the hospital. The author describes the event as it unfolded. She has also included some information about the location and the issues encountered with a critically ill patient when help is not readily at hand. (non-author abstract)ACORN, 2007 Summer; 20 (4): 32-3Anl||Keywords:||Air Ambulances ;Emergency Treatment ;Obesity ;Oceanic Ancestry Group ;Patient Transfer ;Postpartum Hemorrhage, therapy ;Rural Health Services ;Rural PopulationAdult ;Blood Transfusion ;Female ;Humans ;Northern Territory ;Pregnancy||Type:||Article|
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