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enEnglish afAfrikaans
2 words
call out skreeu
 
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enEnglish bmBambara
2 words
call out kaba
call out kule
call out pɛrɛn
 
enEnglish caCatalan
2 words
call out bramar
call out cridar
 
enEnglish daDanish
2 words
call out skrige
 
enEnglish deGerman
2 words
call out blöken
call out brüllen
call out gackern
call out iahen
call out quaken
call out schreien
call out wiehern
3 words
to call out herausrufen
4 words
to call out (names) (Namen) verlesen
 
enEnglish eoEsperanto
2 words
call out bleki
call out krii
 
enEnglish esSpanish
2 words
call out balar
call out gritar
call out ladrar
call out rebuznar
 
enEnglish fiFinnish
2 words
call out ammua
call out huutaa
 
enEnglish foFaroese
2 words
call out skríggja
 
enEnglish frFrench
2 words
call out aboyer
call out crier
call out gueuler
call out hurler
 
enEnglish fyFrisian
2 words
call out balte
call out brinzgje
call out skreauwe
call out âlje
 
enEnglish huHungarian
2 words
call out bők
 
enEnglish idIndonesian
2 words
call out bentak
call out berteriak
call out membentak
 
enEnglish ioIdo
2 words
call out kriar
 
enEnglish itItalian
2 words
call out gridare
 
enEnglish laLatin
2 words
call out boare
 
enEnglish nlDutch
2 words
call out balken
call out blaten
call out brullen
call out gieren
call out grommen
call out hinniken
call out joelen
call out loeien
call out roepen
call out schreeuwen
 
enEnglish noNorwegian
2 words
call out skrike
 
enEnglish ptPortuguese
2 words
call out balar
call out berrar
call out bradar
call out bramir
call out gritar
call out grunhir
call out mugir
call out ornear
call out uivar
 
enEnglish ruRussian
2 words
call out блеять
 
enEnglish rwKinyarwanda
2 words
call out sakuza
 
enEnglish svSwedish
2 words
call out bräka
call out böla
call out hojta
call out råma
call out skria
call out skrika
call out skråla
call out yla
 
enEnglish tlTagalog
2 words
call out umiyák
 
enEnglish trTurkish
2 words
call out bağırmak
 
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We sought to investigate the reasons why patients refuse to travel following emergency call-out in a rural county.

Deborah Shaw et al.

BMC Emergency Medicine 6 (7), 19 Sep 2006

Written records made by ambulance crews for patients (n = 397) who were not transported to hospital following an emergency call-out during October 2004 were retrospectively analysed.

Deborah Shaw et al.

BMC Emergency Medicine 6 (7), 19 Sep 2006

This study sought, using mixed methods, to investigate why patients refuse to travel following emergency call-out in a rural county.

Deborah Shaw et al.

BMC Emergency Medicine 6 (7), 19 Sep 2006

Family friend rang GP, wouldn't visit told to ring 999' 'Patient called ambulance just to have old wound dressed' Social 7 (7%) 'Patient said she had been drinking most of the day and was going to walk home' Patient threatening to 'have crew for assault if touched or forced to go to hospital' 'Did not want to leave disabled daughter' Doesn't like hospital and has to look after wife' Other 12 (12%) 'Didn't know why ambulance had been called, became agitated and aggressive' 'Neighbour rang against wishes of the patient' . 'Does not travel well, going home with partner' Table 5 Clinicians' stated reasons for patients 'refusing to travel' Reasons given by clinicians/crew Themes (n = 220) Quotations recorded on the AS34 Non injury/minor injury 120 (54.5%) 'Fall – no injury' 'Minor injuries only' 'RTA – no injuries' Patient responded to treatment/recovered/significantly improved 54 (24.5%) 'Condition improved after treatment' 'Baby delivered, no need for transportation' For assessment by other clinician (usually doctor) 2 (0.9%) 'Examined by out of hours doctor' No medical emergency/social problem/inappropriate call out 12 (5.5%) 'No medical emergency (4 th visit in last 20 hours)' 'Faint – couldn't get through to Out of hours [OOH] doctor so called ambulance' 'Not appropriate as social problem' 'No reason for call-out' 'Can't cope – wants to go but only if wife can go as well' Explicitly recorded refused to travel against advice 32 (14.5%) 'Refused against strongest advice and concerns' 'Refused transport four times' 'Refused – pain in lumbar region following RTA' 'Refused – liased with out of hours GP' *The themes and categories were identified from the data and agreed by the research group

Deborah Shaw et al.

BMC Emergency Medicine 6 (7), 19 Sep 2006

In 5.5% of cases the clinician recorded that there was no medical emergency and labelled this as a social problem or inappropriate call-out.

Deborah Shaw et al.

BMC Emergency Medicine 6 (7), 19 Sep 2006

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