The New Zealand Medical Journal is out tomorrow


The New Zealand Medical Journal is out tomorrow

Media release from NZMA
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NZMJ Vol 131 No 1483: 5 October 2018


Chris Wakeman on the two articles of trauma care in this edition of NZMJ



  1. Use of tranexamic acid in trauma patients requiring massive transfusion protocol activation: an audit in a major trauma centre in New Zealand

Nicholas Chapman


  1. Livestock-related injuries in the Midland region of New Zealand

Mischa Tosswill, Matthew Roskruge, Alastair Smith, Grant Christey


  1. Audit of ethnicity data in the Waikato Hospital Patient Management System and Trauma Registry: pilot of the Hospital Ethnicity Data Audit Toolkit

Nina Scott, Helen Clark, Bridget Kool, Shanthi Ameratunga, Grant Christey, Donna Cormack


  1. New Zealanders’ experiences and pathways to a diagnosis of bowel cancer: a cross-sectional descriptive study of a younger cohort

Zoe Windner, Sue Crengle, Brandon de Graaf, Ari Samaranayaka, Sarah Derrett


  1. Alcohol-related emergency department attendances after the introduction of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

Kate Ford, James Foulds, Oliver Coleman, Michael Ardagh, Scott Pearson, Nicolas Droste, Giles Newton-Howes, J Douglas Sellman


  1. Equine-related injuries requiring hospitalisation in the Midland Region of New Zealand: a continuous five-year review

Amy R Jones, Alastair Smith, Grant Christey

Clinical Correspondence

Colloidal silver optic neuropathy

Samuel J Newlands, Tom D Betts, Rebecca R Stack


Surgical aortic valve replacement for valve-in-valve trans-catheter aortic valve dysfunction in the patient with a small aortic annulus

Andrei M Beliaev, Mark WI Webster, Sally C Greaves, James T Stewart, David A Haydock



Conflict of interest and alcohol discourse—a new face but familiar messages

Sally Casswell


100 Years Ago in the NZMJ

An Obscure Nervous Case

By Dr. Ritchie