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Joshua McClain, MD, and Zachary D.W. Dezman, MD, published a case report, “Japanese Immigrant with Abdominal Pain,” in the June issue of the Journal of Emergency Medicine (53:e249-50). (continued)
Roger Stone, MD, MS, was an invited speaker for Maryland EMSCare 2017, the annual educational conference sponsored by Maryland’s Regional EMS Advisory Councils and the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems. (continued)
Maite Huis in ‘t Veld, MD, Zachary Dezman, MD, and Amal Mattu, MD, in collaboration with colleagues from Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Wake Forest School of Medicine, and Medisch Centrum Haaglanden in The Hague, published “The Fast and Furious: Low-Risk Chest Pain and the Rapid Rule-Out Protocol” in the April issue of Western Journal of Emergency Medicine (18:474-478). (continued)
Ventilation During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Cardiopulmonary resuscitations are often highly stressful and chaotic situations.... (continued)
Adhesive Capsulitis aka Frozen Shoulder Spontaneous gradual onset stiffness and pain of the Glenohumeral joint Shoulder capsule becomes thickened... (continued)
Every year in the U.S., preventable poisonings in children result in more than 60,000 ED visits and around 1 million calls to poison centers. Calls... (continued)
Chest injuries represent the second most common cause of pediatric trauma related death. ATLS guidelines recommend CXR in all blunt trauma patients. ... (continued)
Street names for illicit substance are diverse and unique. Knowing what your patient used prior to ED presentation can help with the management of their... (continued)