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  BET Title Available 163 Months   Ultrasonography or diagnostic Peritoneal lavage in abdominal trauma
  Green: complete   Serial x-rays in battery ingestion
  Red: incomplete   Accuracy of clincal examination in detecting/excluding serious abdominal pathology
  Green: complete   Chiropractice may be an effective treatment in infantile colic
  Green: complete   Gastric lavage in paracetamol poisoning
  Green: complete   Terlipressin or sclerotherapy for acute variceal bleeding?
  Green: complete   Abdominal radiography in 'Body Packers'.
  Green: complete   Glucagon in tricyclic overdose
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Does a normal CRP exclude serious pathology in the patient with acute abdominal pain
  BET Title Available 178 Months   Differences in abdominal US between emergency physicians and radiologists at detecting hemoperitoneum?
  BET Title Available 166 Months   Use of anticolic agents in infants less than 4 months
  BET Title Available 64 Months   Routine AXR in patients with abdo pain?
  Blue: submitted but not checked   In a child with acute gastroenteritis, do Probiotics reduce the duration and severity of diarrhoea?
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Naso-gastric rehydration in children
  Blue: submitted but not checked There are 1 critical appraisals linked to this BET Method of gut decontamination
  Green: complete   Ondansetron in childhood gastroenteritis
  Green: complete   SADPERSONS Scale in Assessing Self Harm Risk
  Green: complete   Use of intravenous omeprazole in gastrointestinal patients before endoscopy
  Green: complete   Rhabdomyolysis and the use of sodium bicarbonate and/or mannitol
  Green: complete   Optimal body position in oral poisoning cases
  Green: complete   Use of Intralipid in Tricyclic overdose
  Green: complete   Intralipid/Lipid Emulsion in Beta-blocker overdose
  Green: complete   Steroid therapy in the treatment of intractable hyperemesis gravidarum
  Green: complete   Can pregabalin effectively diminish acute herpetic pain and reduce the incidence of post-herpetic neuralgia in patients who present with acute herpes zoster?