Time Patients Spend in the Emergency Department: England's 4-Hour Rule—A Case of Hitting the Target but Missing the Point?
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Episodes of Care: Is Emergency Medicine Ready?
System-Level Health Disparities in California Emergency Departments: Minorities and Medicaid Patients Are at Higher Risk of Losing Their Emergency Departments
Singularities, Odds Ratios, and Significance: California Emergency Department Closures and Los Angeles
A Prospective, Multicenter Study of Pharmacist Activities Resulting in Medication Error Interception in the Emergency Department
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Development and Validation of a Tool to Assess Emergency Physicians' Nontechnical Skills
Identifying Nontechnical Skills Associated With Safety in the Emergency Department: A Scoping Review of the Literature
Increasing Computed Tomography Use for Patients With Appendicitis and Discrepancies in Pain Management Between Adults and Children: An Analysis of the NHAMCS
Can Rapid Viral Testing in the Emergency Department Reduce Antibiotic Use in Children?
Boarding of Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department
Implementing Evidence-Based Changes in Emergency Department Treatment: Alternative Vitamin Therapy for Alcohol-Related Illnesses
Intravenous Multivitamins (“Banana Bags”) for Emergency Patients Who May Have Nutritional Deficits
Multivitamin “Banana Bags” Provide Little Value in Emergency Department Patients
Report on Residency Training Information (2011-2012), American Board of Emergency Medicine
Understanding Commonly Encountered Limitations in Clinical Research: An Emergency Medicine Resident's Perspective
Does Resuscitation With Albumin-Containing Solutions Improve Mortality in Sepsis?
Carbapenem-Resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae Associated With a Long-Term-Care Facility—West Virginia, 2009-2011
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