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Door-to-ECG time in patients with chest pain presenting to the ED
The effectiveness of an ED-based violence prevention program☆
Can stock rotation effectively mitigate EMS medication exposure to excessive heat and cold?☆
Diagnosis of bowel and mesenteric injuries in blunt abdominal trauma
The effect of treatment on the presence of abnormal heart sounds in emergency department patients with heart failure☆
Changes in access to primary care for Medicaid beneficiaries and the uninsured
Albuterol nebulized in heliox in the initial ED treatment of pediatric asthma
Impact of helical computed tomography on the rate of negative appendicitis
Correlation of initial emergency department pulse oximetry values in asthma severity classes (steps) with the risk of hospitalization☆
Serial Bispectral index scores in patients undergoing observation for sedative overdose in the emergency department☆
A pilot study of cytokine levels and white blood cell counts in the diagnosis of necrotizing fasciitis
ALARMED
Clinical guidelines, computed tomography scan, and negative appendectomies
Prevention of high-pressure injection injuries to the hand
The athlete's electrocardiogram
Body surface mapping in the ED evaluation of the patient with chest pain
The sensitivity and specificity of the digital rectal examination for detecting spinal cord injury in adult patients with blunt trauma☆
Thrombocytosis accompanying urinary tract infection suggests obstruction or abscess
Pseudo-Wellens syndrome in a cocaine user
Subarachnoid hemorrhage in survivors of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
Chronic severe dystonia after single exposure to antiemetics
Oedipism
Mycotic aneurysm of superior mesenteric artery branch presenting as pulsatile abdominal mass
The effects of sorbitol on gastric emptying half-times and small intestinal transit after drug overdose
Methamphetamine-induced myocardial infarction with elevated troponin I☆
Nonsurgical management of symptomatic posttraumatic thoracic epidural hematoma
Pulse oximetry in the detection of hypercapnia
The growing abuse of commonly prescribed psychiatric medications