Kelly AM, Klim S. Does Undetectable Troponin I At Presentation Using A Contemporary Sensitive Assay Rule Out Myocardial Infarction? A cohort study. Emerg Med J 2015; 32:760–763. doi:10.1136/emermed-2014-204442

Dean T, Crozier J, Klim S, Kelly AM. Failed validation of risk prediction model for intervention in renal colic patients after ED evaluation ANZ J Surg. 2015 Apr 24. doi: 10.1111/ans.13109. [Epub ahead of print]

Kelly AM, Keijzers G, Klim S, Graham C, Craig S, Kuan WS et al.  Australia, Asia and New Zealand Dyspnoea in Emergency Departments Study (AANZDEM): Rationale, Design and Analysis. Emerg Med Austral 2015;27(3):187-91

Chow J, Khullar K, Katechia K, Klim S, Kelly AM. Do ambulance paramedics administer too much oxygen to patients with acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive airways disease? Emerg Med Australas.  2015 27(3):275-6.

Kelly AM. Spontaneous pneumothorax: Are we treating the xray or the patient Hong Kong J Emerg Med  2015; 22: 135-6

Kelly AM, Klim S. What is the yield of testing for coronary artery disease after an emergency department attendance with chest pain. Heart Lung Circ  2015 Jul 17 (epub ahead of print)

Van der Meer D, Weiland TJ, Philip J, Jelinek GA, Boughey M, Knott J, Marck CH, Weil JL, Lane HP, Dowling AJ, Kelly AM. Presentation patterns and outcomes of patients with cancer accessing care in emergency departments in Victoria, Australia. Supportive Care in Cancer  2015 Aug 26 (epub ahead of print)
Crozier J, Dean T, Klim S, Kelly AM. Predictors of Admission For Patients Presenting To The Emergency Department With Renal Colic. Emerg Med Australas 2015;27:86-7

Kelly AM, Klim S, Soon KS. External validation of the GRACE Freedom from Events score in an emergency department ‘rule out ACS’ chest pain cohort. Int J Cardiol 2015; 179:358-9.