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Crowding Measures Associated With the Quality of Emergency Department Care: A Systematic Review
Prospective Randomized Trial of Insulin Glargine in Acute Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis in the Emergency Department: A Pilot Study
Trends in Advanced Computed Tomography Use for Injured Patients in United States Emergency Departments: 2007–2010
Analysis of Radiation Dose to Pediatric Patients During Computed Tomography Examinations
Evaluating Emergency Nurse Practitioner Service Effectiveness on Achieving Timely Analgesia: A Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial
Measurement and Monitoring of Nausea Severity in Emergency Department Patients: A Comparison of Scales and Exploration of Treatment Efficacy Outcome Measures
Cyclic Vomiting Presentations Following Marijuana Liberalization in Colorado
The Use of a Video Laryngoscope by Emergency Medicine Residents Is Associated With a Reduction in Esophageal Intubations in the Emergency Department
Association Between Male Sex and Increased Mortality After Falls
Prescription Errors Before and After Introduction of Electronic Medication Alert System in a Pediatric Emergency Department
Ontario's Emergency Department Process Improvement Program: The Experience of Implementation
Comparison of Clinical Prediction Models for Resistant Bacteria in Community-onset Pneumonia
Effects of Fully Accessible Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Emergency Department
What U.S. Emergency Care Value Transformation Can Learn From Canadian Efforts to Improve Emergency Department Throughput
Is It Time for Emergency Medicine to Develop a Digital Health Presence?
Patient Engagement and the Design of Digital Health
Consensus Statement on Advancing Research in Emergency Department Operations and Its Impact on Patient Care
Use of Mobile Apps: A Patient-centered Approach
Defining a Medication Class as a Teratogen: May the Evidence Be With You and Not the FDA Pregnancy Risk Categories
Defining a Medication Class as a Teratogen: May the Evidence Be With You and Not the FDA Pregnancy Risk Categories
You've Got Mail (and an STI)
Revise and Reconsider
An Extra Pair of Gloves
A Multisystem Diagnostic Mystery: Unilateral Weakness, a Rash, and Lymphadenopathy
Harwood-Nuss' Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, 6th ed