Benjamin W. Wachira
Benjamin W. Wachira
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, The Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi
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The state of emergency care in the Republic of Kenya
B Wachira, IBK Martin
African Journal of Emergency Medicine 1 (4), 160-165, 2011
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the accuracy of weight estimation systems used in paediatric emergency care in developing countries
M Wells, LN Goldstein, A Bentley
African Journal of Emergency Medicine 7, S36-S54, 2017
An analysis of the clinical practice of emergency medicine in public emergency departments in Kenya
BW Wachira, LA Wallis, H Geduld
Emergency Medicine Journal 29 (6), 473-476, 2012
Major incidents in Kenya: the case for emergency services development and training
B Wachira, W Smith
Prehospital and disaster medicine 28 (2), 170, 2013
Perceptions of emergency care in Kenyan communities lacking access to formalised emergency medical systems: a qualitative study
MC Broccoli, EJB Calvello, AP Skog, B Wachira, LA Wallis
BMJ open 5 (11), 2015
Acute management of ST-elevation myocardial infarction in a tertiary hospital in Kenya: Are we complying with practice guidelines?: Phase active de prise en charge des …
BW Wachira, AO Owuor, HA Otieno
African Journal of Emergency Medicine 4 (3), 104-108, 2014
Getting it right the first time: defining regionally relevant training curricula and provider core competencies for point-of-care ultrasound education on the African continent
M Salmon, M Landes, C Hunchak, J Paluku, LM Kalisya, C Salmon, ...
Annals of emergency medicine 69 (2), 218-226, 2017
Global emergency medicine: a review of the literature from 2013
TK Becker, GA Jacquet, R Marsh, ED Schroeder, M Foran, S Bartels, ...
Academic Emergency Medicine 21 (7), 810-817, 2014
Assessing a novel point-of-care ultrasound training program for rural healthcare providers in Kenya
GW Wanjiku, G Bell, B Wachira
BMC health services research 18 (1), 607, 2018
Advancing research on emergency care systems in low-income and middle-income countries: ensuring high-quality care delivery systems
RT Moresky, J Razzak, T Reynolds, LA Wallis, BW Wachira, M Nyirenda, ...
BMJ global health 4 (Suppl 6), e001265, 2019
Emergency medical services (EMS) training in Kenya: Findings and recommendations from an educational assessment
B Nicholson, C McCollough, B Wachira, NK Mould-Millman
African Journal of Emergency Medicine 7 (4), 157-159, 2017
Characterization of in-hospital cardiac arrest in adult patients at a tertiary hospital in Kenya
BW Wachira, MD Tyler
African Journal of Emergency Medicine 5 (2), 70-74, 2015
Impact of traffic, poverty and facility ownership on travel time to emergency care in Nairobi, Kenya
MS Fraser, BW Wachira, AD Flaxman, AY Lee, HC Duber
African journal of emergency medicine 10 (1), 40-45, 2020
International scope of emergency ultrasound: barriers in applying ultrasound to guide central line placement by providers in Nairobi, Kenya
F Zaver, K Boniface, B Wachira, G Wanjiku, H Shokoohi
Emergency medicine international 2018, 2018
An assessment of nurse-led triage at Connaught hospital, Sierra Leone in the immediate post-Ebola period
R Lowsby, C Kamara, M Kamara, H Nyhus, N Williams, M Bradfield, ...
African Journal of Emergency Medicine 7 (2), 51-55, 2017
Westgate shootings: an emergency department approach to a mass-casualty incident
B Wachira, R Abdalla, L Wallis
Prehospital and disaster medicine 29 (5), 538, 2014
Pediatric trauma care in low-and middle-income countries: a brief review of the current state and recommendations for management and a way forward
AW Kiragu, SJ Dunlop, BW Wachira, SI Saruni, M Mwachiro, T Slusher
Journal of pediatric intensive care 6 (01), 052-059, 2017
Community-based perceptions of emergency care in communities lacking formalised emergency medicine systems
MC Broccoli
University of Cape Town, 2015
Building focused cardiac ultrasound capacity in a lower middle-income country: A single centre study to assess training impact
W Waweru-Siika, A Barasa, B Wachira, D Nekyon, B Karau, F Juma, ...
African Journal of Emergency Medicine 10 (3), 136-143, 2020
Social media and the modern scientist: a research primer on social media-based research, dissemination, and sharing
JK Dong, C Saunders, BW Wachira, B Thoma, TM Chan
African Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2020
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