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Suctioning in the management of bronchiolitis: A prospective observational study
Suctioning in the management of bronchiolitis: A prospective observational study
About 30 million children in the United States visit the Emergency Department (ED) each year with 82.7% of pediatric ED vi...
The Brain Injury Guidelines (BIG) and emergency department observation and admission rates: A retrospective cohort study
The Brain Injury Guidelines (BIG) and emergency department observation and admission rates: A retrospective cohort study
Volume 82, August 2024, Pages 37-41Author links open overlay panel, , , , Highlights•The Brain Injury Guidelines (BIG) are...
Does pre-injury anticoagulation make chest tubes any less safe? A nationwide retrospective analysis
Does pre-injury anticoagulation make chest tubes any less safe? A nationwide retrospective analysis
Oral anticoagulation is a common prophylactic measure to prevent thromboembolic events in patients with a history of clini...
ECG manifestations of occlusion of septal perforator of left anterior descending artery
ECG manifestations of occlusion of septal perforator of left anterior descending artery
Abhinav B. Anand: Writing – review & editing, Writing – original draft, Visualization, Validation, Supervision, Softwa...
Cost-effectiveness analysis of routine computed tomography angiography (CTA) for lower extremity penetrating trauma
Cost-effectiveness analysis of routine computed tomography angiography (CTA) for lower extremity penetrating trauma
BackgroundRoutine evaluation with CTA for patients with isolated lower extremity penetrating trauma and normal ankle-brach...
Patients presenting to the ED with nonfatal drug overdose: Self-reported history of overdose and naloxone use
Patients presenting to the ED with nonfatal drug overdose: Self-reported history of overdose and naloxone use
The United States overdose crisis continues at epidemic rates, driven by fentanyl and fentanyl analogs. In 2021, fentanyl ...
Comparing the performance of pediatric weight estimation methods
Comparing the performance of pediatric weight estimation methods
The care of children in the prehospital and emergency department (ED) setting requires important considerations to ensure ...
Infant out-of-hospital cardiac arrest during nights and weekends
Infant out-of-hospital cardiac arrest during nights and weekends
A growing body of evidence suggests outcomes for cardiac arrest are worse during nights and weekends when compared with da...
A sequential, multiple-assignment, randomized trial of analgesic strategies for acute musculoskeletal Pain
A sequential, multiple-assignment, randomized trial of analgesic strategies for acute musculoskeletal Pain
We believe there is a flaw in how acute care pain research is conducted. This is based on dramatic differences we have obs...
Fewer emergency department alarms is associated with reduced use of medications for acute agitation
Fewer emergency department alarms is associated with reduced use of medications for acute agitation
Patient monitoring systems are ubiquitous in emergency departments (EDs) and provide critical bedside and central monitori...
Association of biliary distention with a diagnosis of acute cholecystitis
Association of biliary distention with a diagnosis of acute cholecystitis
Ultrasonography is the preferred first-line imaging modality for diagnosing cholecystitis [1]. Point-of-care-ultrasound (P...
Doxycycline adherence for the management of Chlamydia trachomatis infections
Doxycycline adherence for the management of Chlamydia trachomatis infections
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have steadily increased over the last decade and continue to pose a serious risk to...
Comparative analysis of ChatGPT, Gemini and emergency medicine specialist in ESI triage assessment
Comparative analysis of ChatGPT, Gemini and emergency medicine specialist in ESI triage assessment
The term Artificial Intelligence (AI) was first coined in the 1960s and has made significant progress up to the present da...
Emergency medicine updates: Upper gastrointestinal bleeding
Emergency medicine updates: Upper gastrointestinal bleeding
Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB), defined as bleeding above the ligament of Treitz (i.e., esophagus, stomach, ...
Ultrasound-guided paramedian approach: A novel technique for lumbar puncture in the Emergency Department
Ultrasound-guided paramedian approach: A novel technique for lumbar puncture in the Emergency Department
Lumbar puncture is performed to evaluate for multiple neurologic conditions, including meningitis and subarachnoid hemorrh...
Surgical removal of extended-release buprenorphine depot due to adverse reactions
Surgical removal of extended-release buprenorphine depot due to adverse reactions
Extended-release formulations of buprenorphine offer less frequent dosing, provide consistent medication delivery, and imp...
Seven- and thirty-day mortality in digoxin poisoning: Results from the DIGITOX study
Seven- and thirty-day mortality in digoxin poisoning: Results from the DIGITOX study
Volume 81, July 2024, Pages 92-98Author links open overlay panel, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , …Highlights•Digoxin ...
Ultrasound-guided pericapsular nerve block compared with IV opioids in hip injuries: A randomised controlled trial
Ultrasound-guided pericapsular nerve block compared with IV opioids in hip injuries: A randomised controlled trial
Hip fractures (HF) are one of the most severe, painful and life-threatening emergencies. The majority of these patients ar...
Neuromuscular blocking agents during targeted temperature management for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients
Neuromuscular blocking agents during targeted temperature management for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients
Targeted temperature management (TTM) is the primary strategy in post-resuscitation care for patients with cardiac arrest ...
Presentations, management and outcomes of postoperative bariatric patients seen in the emergency department
Presentations, management and outcomes of postoperative bariatric patients seen in the emergency department
Volume 81, July 2024, Pages 82-85Author links open overlay panel, , , , , AbstractBackgroundBariatric surgery is becoming ...
Reflexive control in emergency medicine
Reflexive control in emergency medicine
Emergency physicians (EPs) navigate high-pressure environments, making rapid decisions amidst ambiguity. Their choices are...
Trauma in pregnancy: A narrative review of the current literature
Trauma in pregnancy: A narrative review of the current literature
Volume 81, July 2024, Pages 53-61Author links open overlay panel, AbstractIntroductionTrauma accounts for nearly half of a...