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  • Experimental Assessment of the Fire Resistance Mechanisms of Timber-Steel Composites. [Journal Article]
    Materials (Basel) 2019; 12(23)Le TDH, Tsai MT
  • Hybrid structures known as timber-steel composites (TSCs) have been extensively studied due to their potential use as alternative construction materials that can satisfy demands related to sustainability. In addition to load capacity, fire resistance is a major consideration regarding the extensive use of TSCs. In this study, 12 specimens were tested using a glulam timber material covering cold-f…
  • Updated guidelines for the management of paracetamol poisoning in Australia and New Zealand. [Journal Article]
    Med J Aust 2019Chiew AL, Reith D, … Buckley NA
  • Paracetamol is a common agent taken in deliberate self-poisoning and in accidental overdose in adults and children. Paracetamol poisoning is the commonest cause of severe acute liver injury. Since the publication of the previous guidelines in 2015, several studies have changed practice. A working group of experts in the area, with representation from all Poisons Information Centres of Australia a…
  • Prehospital care of burn injuries in Africa: A review, 1990-2018. [Review]
    Burns 2019Outwater AH, Van Braekel T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Appropriate prehospital care for burn injury generally is not practiced in Africa. Yet best practices for prehospital care are affordable, available, and easily understood. The greatest risk factor for poor care is first responders' lack of knowledge. Awareness and education campaigns focusing on the lay public, as well as educational institutions for health workers, are urgently needed throughout the continent.
  • Building the evidence base for waterpipe regulation and policy. [Journal Article]
    Tob Control 2019Maziak W, Sharma E
  • Waterpipe (hookah, shisha, narghileh) smoking is emerging as an epidemic, particularly among young people in the USA and globally. Unlike cigarettes, waterpipe smoking involves several components (eg, tobacco, charcoal, device and venues) and is characterised by unique smoking patterns that expose smokers to significant amounts of nicotine and other toxic substances. With the rising prevalence of…
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