T. Andrew Windsor, MD, published the case report titled "An 18-Year-Old Prisoner with Abdominal Pain" in the June issue of Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine. His co-author is Anna Darby, MD, MPH, an emergency medicine resident at Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center. Their article was published in the engaging format of the journal's section for Clinicopathological Cases from the University of Maryland, in which a resident describes a patient's presentation and then an attending presents his or her thought process for the assessment and diagnosis.
Siamak Moayedi, MD, Michael Witting, MD, MS, Jon Mark Hirshon, MD, PhD, and Stephen Schenkel, MD, MPP, published the article titled “Prospective, Randomized Controlled Comparison of a Flash-Tip Catheter and a Traditional Intravenous Catheter in an Urban Emergency Department” in the July issue of The Journal of Vascular Access. They were joined in their study by Nicholas George, BS, and Alise Burke, BS, who are students at the University of Maryland School of Medicine as well as co-authors of the article.
Sarah Dubbs, MD, served as a guest editor for this month's issue of Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America, on the topic of hematologic and oncologic emergencies. Dr. Dubbs wrote two of the articles (“The Latest Cancer Agents and Their Complications” and “Rapid Fire: Tumor Lysis Syndrome”) and co-authored two more with Akilesh Honasoge, MD, MA (“Rapid Fire: Central Nervous System Emergencies” and “Rapid Fire: Pericardial Effusion and Tamponade”). Amal Mattu, MD, continues as the consulting editor for this journal and, in that role, wrote the preface for this issue.