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Initial medical protocol efforts using both CT and MRI/MRA for acute cerebral infarction
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 199-204AbstractBackgroundEarlier administration of intravenous recombinant tissue-type pla...
A 20-year nationwide analysis of golf-associated eye injuries in the United States
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 175-178AbstractPurposeExisting knowledge regarding golf-associated eye injuries (GEIs) is ...
Cost variation and revisit rate for adult patients with asthma presenting to the emergency department
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 179-183AbstractBackgroundAsthma is common, resulting in 53 million emergency department (E...
Can a voice assistant help bystanders save lives? A feasibility pilot study chatbot in beta version to assist OHCA bystanders
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 169-174Highlights•The use of different chatbots has been increasing in recent years.•Some ...
Cardiac contusions in the acute care setting: Historical background, evaluation and management
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 152-157AbstractIntroductionAlbeit described since 1763, cardiac contusions is still an und...
The safety and efficacy of push dose vasopressors in critically ill adults
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 137-142AbstractPurposeTo evaluate practice patterns, efficacy, and safety of push dose pre...
Impact of iodinated contrast allergies on emergency department operations
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 127-130AbstractObjectivesAdverse reactions to intravenous (IV) iodinated contrast media ar...
Post-traumatic symptoms in patients with acute coronary syndrome: Maybe an outcome predictor after the ED visit!
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 117-119AbstractObjectivesWe aimed to assess the patients' experience of threat during mana...
Pandemic driven innovation: A pilot evaluation of an alternative respiratory pathogen collection device
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 111-116AbstractBackgroundThe nasopharyngeal swab is the gold standard collection method fo...
High risk and low prevalence diseases: Lemierre's syndrome
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 98-104AbstractIntroductionLemierre's syndrome is a serious condition that carries with it ...
Trauma associated with cardiopulmonary resuscitation based on autopsy reports after the 2015 ERC guidelines
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 81-86Highlights•The Impact of the 2015 European Resuscitation Council guidelines was evalu...
Cardiac arrest caused by anaphylaxis refractory to prompt management: A case series and review of the literature
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 74-80AbstractBackgroundAnaphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening condition that occurs...
High risk and low prevalence diseases: Serotonin syndrome
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 90-97AbstractIntroductionSerotonin syndrome is a rare, frequently misdiagnosed, serious co...
Patient cost consciousness in the emergency department: A brief report
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 61-63AbstractBackground‘Surprise billing’, or the phenomenon of unexpected coverage gaps i...
Covered or uncovered: A randomized control trial of Tegaderm versus no Tegaderm for ocular ultrasound
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 87-89AbstractBackgroundStudies on ocular point-of-care ultrasound vary on whether gel shou...
Helicopter versus ground ambulance transport for interfacility transfer of critically ill children
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 44-51Highlights•For critically ill children, helicopter transport to definitive care is fa...
High sensitivity troponin - Six hours is the magic number
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 52-55AbstractBackgroundHigh sensitivity troponin assays have become widespread for emergen...
High touch, high trust: Using community health advocates and lawyers to address ED high utilizers
Volume 60, October 2022, Pages 171-176Highlights•Why is this topic important? ED high utilizers represent a costly group o...
Monkeypox: A focused narrative review for emergency medicine clinicians
Volume 61, November 2022, Pages 34-43AbstractIntroductionMonkeypox is an emerging viral disease that has been declared a g...