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Specialist availability in emergencies: contributions of response times and the use of ad hoc coverage in New York State☆
Urinary obstruction is an important complicating factor in patients with septic shock due to urinary infection
Hepatitis C virus infection in the 1945-1965 birth cohort (baby boomers) in a large urban ED☆
Interaction of the diabetes mellitus and cardiac diseases on survival outcomes in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest☆, ☆☆
Admission serum lactate predicts mortality in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage
Intravenous fluids for migraine: a post hoc analysis of clinical trial data☆, ☆☆
The long spine board does not reduce lateral motion during transport—a randomized healthy volunteer crossover trial☆, ☆☆, ☆☆☆
The impact of body mass index on patient survival after therapeutic hypothermia after resuscitation☆, ☆☆
Cervical spine immobilization may be of value following firearm injury to the head and neck☆, ☆☆, ★
Forearm ultrasound-guided nerve blocks vs landmark-based wrist blocks for hand anesthesia in healthy volunteers☆
Association of atrial fibrillation risk alleles and response to acute rate control therapy☆, ☆☆, ☆☆☆, ★
The introduction of an esophageal heat transfer device into a therapeutic hypothermia protocol: A prospective evaluation☆, ☆☆
Morphine in the setting of acute myocardial infarction: pros and cons☆
Anaphylaxis-triggered takotsubo syndrome: What is its prevalence?☆
Analysis of prescription patterns in opioid deaths shows startling findings
Should laryngeal tubes or masks be used for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients?
Are we consistent in using 14 different units for brain natriuretic peptide instead of ng/L?
Fiberoptic intubation or video tube for trauma patient intubation—which method to choose? Randomized crossover manikin trial☆, ☆☆
Potassium measurement in the ED: interpret with caution
Reply to “Potassium measurement in the ED: interpret with caution”
Comparison of emergency physician and anesthesiologist attitudes toward difficult airway management☆
An infant not moving her leg
Thoracic spinal cord compression masquerading as cauda equina syndrome☆, ☆☆, ★
Radial pseudoaneurysm after a puncture for blood gas analysis
When a seizure is not a real seizure!
Sternal fractures and delayed cardiac tamponade due to a severe blunt chest trauma☆, ☆☆
Successful hemostasis and reversal of highly elevated PT/INR after dabigatran etexilate use in a patient with acute kidney injury☆
Laparoscopic management for spontaneous rupture of left gastroepiploic vessel after forceful retching☆
Effective prevention of posttraumatic tattoo using hydrosurgical debridement in the ED☆, ☆☆, ★
Posttraumatic pulmonary hernia in child
Rhabdomyolysis as presenting feature of acute HIV-1 seroconversion in a pediatric patient
Bradycardia caused by intravenous nicardipine in an elderly patient with acute ischemic infarct☆, ☆☆, ★
Spontaneous perforation of pyometra presenting as acute abdomen: a rare condition with considerable mortality
Meningoencephalitis caused by septic arthritis of a lumbar facet joint in a patient without fever or risk factors
Acute bilateral lower extremity arterial occlusion without risk factors or embolic source
Point-of-care ultrasonography in the detection of pediatric esophageal food impaction☆, ☆☆
Scrotal swelling and normal lipase, a rare presentation of acute pancreatitis
Seventeen-year-old sexually active male with rash☆
Superior mesenteric artery thrombosis after abrupt discontinuation of rivaroxaban☆
Synthetic cannabinoid hyperemesis resulting in rhabdomyolysis and acute renal failure☆, ☆☆
What do we miss without contrast in patients with flank pain?