Observational Studies of Patients in the Emergency Department: A Comparison of 4 Sampling Methods
A Female With Rash and Fever: Concomitant Dermal and Pulmonary Varicella
Emergency Department Patient Acuity Varies by Age
Effective Discharge Communication in the Emergency Department
Does the Use of Recombinant Factor VIIA Reduce Morbidity or Mortality in Nonhemophiliac Patients?
Patient- and Practice-Related Determinants of Emergency Department Length of Stay for Patients With Psychiatric Illness
Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders Among Adults in Emergency Department Settings in the United States
A Brief Intervention Reduces Hazardous and Harmful Drinking in Emergency Department Patients
Respiratory Failure and Spontaneous Hypoglycemia During Noninvasive Rewarming From 24.7°C (76.5°F) Core Body Temperature After Prolonged Avalanche Burial
Do Medical Interventions for Traumatic Hyphema Reduce the Risk of Vision Loss?
Older US Emergency Department Patients Are Less Likely to Receive Pain Medication Than Younger Patients: Results From a National Survey
Geriatric Patients May Not Experience Increased Risk of Oligoanalgesia in the Emergency Department
There Is Oligo-Evidence for Oligoanalgesia
Low Tidal Volume Ventilation Should be the Routine Ventilation Strategy of Choice for All Emergency Department Patients
Low Tidal Volume Should Not Routinely be Used for Emergency Department Patients Requiring Mechanical Ventilation
Emergency Department Patients' Preferences for Technology-Based Behavioral Interventions
Prevalence of Bicycle Helmet Use by Users of Public Bikeshare Programs
Analysis of the Proximity of Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash Locations to the Availability of Helicopter Emergency Medical Service Response1
Commentary: Preventable Injury and a Trauma System Near You
My Mistake
Biomarkers Revisited: Study Design, Validity, and STARD: Will S100-B Affect Computed Tomography Use in Head Injury Patients?
Man With Nausea and Vomiting
Don't Forget the 99%
Don't Forget the 99%
Mutually Undesired Computed Tomography for Patients With Blunt Trauma: I Don't Want It. You Don't Want It. Who Does Want It?
Is Routine Pan Computed Tomography for Patients With Blunt Trauma Justified?
Is Routine Pan Computed Tomography for Patients With Blunt Trauma Justified?
Stroke Mimics and Intravenous Thrombolysis
Stroke Mimics and Intravenous Thrombolysis
Bouncebacks! Medical and Legal
Trauma Care Systems Development, Evaluation, and Funding
Subspecialty Certification in Critical Care Medicine
Nondiscrimination and Harassment
Young Man With Left Thoracic Pain