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  Green: complete   Admission not needed for uncomplicated sternal fractures
  Green: complete   Steroids in lateral epicondylitis.
  Green: complete   No difference between oral and nebulised steroids in croup
  Green: complete   IVRA (Biers block) is better than haematoma block for manipulating Colles' fractures
  Green: complete   Cardiac monitoring not needed in household electrical injury if the patient is asymptomatic and has a normal ECG
  Green: complete   Management of fractures of the neck of the fifth metacarpal
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Oral non steroidal anti-inflammatories in ankle sprain
  Yellow: electronic pre-print   Physiotherapy in acute lateral ligament sprains of the ankle
  Green: complete   No evidence for either Collar and cuff or sling after fracture of the clavicle
  Green: complete   No evidence for early manipulation of nasal fractures
  Green: complete   No evidence for either curettage or silver nitrate for pyogenic granulomas on the hand
  Green: complete   Nasal diamorphine in children
  Green: complete   Antibiotics are indicated following dog bites
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Analgesia in biliary colic
  Green: complete   First anterior shoulder dislocations should be immobilised for at least 3 weeks
  Green: complete   Nebulised ipratropium bromide is not indicated in bronchiolitis.
  Green: complete   Operative repair is best for an acutely ruptured achilles tendon
  Green: complete   Glue is better than sutures for facial lacerations in children
  Green: complete   Vomiting is not an accurate discriminator for serious head injury in children
  Green: complete   Tap water is an adequate cleansant for minor wounds
  Green: complete   Bypass is better than external rewarming after hypothermic cardiac arrest
  Green: complete   Cricket pad splint is better than plaster cylinder for first patellar dislocation
  Green: complete   Lateral ligament ankle sprains should be mobilised early
  Green: complete   Children with a history of coin ingestion should have oesophageal impaction ruled out radiologically
  Green: complete   Lateral neck x-rays are not indicated in the emergency department management of suspected fish bone impaction.
  Green: complete   Conservative treatment is better than surgical management for first patellar dislocation
  Green: complete   No evidence for collar and cuff or sling in uncomplicated shaft of humerus fractures
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Ibuprofen is probably better than Paracetamol in reducing fever in children
  Green: complete   Topical non-steriodals reduce pain in corneal abrasions
  Green: complete   Clean catch urine or bag specimen in UTI in non toilet trained children?
  Green: complete   Pelvic radiography is not always indicated in severe blunt trauma if the patient has no pelvic symptoms and is GCS 15
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Fluid resuscitation in acute abdominal aortic aneurysm
  Green: complete   Neck sprains should be mobilised early
  Green: complete   No difference was shown between nebulized epinephrine and nebulized budesonide in moderately severe croup.
  Green: complete   Little evidence for either packing or cautery in anterior epistaxis
  Green: complete   The use of oral or intravenous antidote for paracetamol overdose
  Green: complete   Investigating microscopic haematuria in blunt abdominal trauma
  Green: complete   Eye patches are not indicated for simple corneal abrasions
  Green: complete   Oral steroids are as effective as intravenous steroids in acute severe asthma
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Is (30/500) Kapake superior to (8/500) Cocodamol in mild to moderate pain in headache
  Green: complete   Oucher or CHEOPS for pain assessment in children
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Minor burns analgesia. A comparison between opiate based analgesia and non-opiate based analgesia.
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Timing of antidote in paracetamol overdose
  Green: complete   The relationship between post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and affective disorder.
  Green: complete   Should nifedipine be used to counter low blood sugar levels in children with persistent hyperinsulinemic hypoglycaemia?
  Green: complete   In patients with dysrhythmias following tricyclic overdose patients treatment should include alkalinisation to a pH of 7.55
  Green: complete   Operative repair or conservative treatment for partial laceration of the extensor tendons of the hand
  Green: complete   Little evidence for conservative or operative management of undisplaced Bennett's fractures
  Green: complete   Skull fracture and intra-cranial injury in children
  Green: complete   Support bandaging is best for avulsion fractures of the base of the fifth metatarsal
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