Use of Observation Units Growing
Perceptions of the Effect of Information and Communication Technology on the Quality of Care Delivered in Emergency Departments: A Cross-Site Qualitative Study
Use of a Comprehensive Metabolic Panel Point-of-Care Test to Reduce Length of Stay in the Emergency Department: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Young Man With Scratches on His Back
Point-of-Care Testing May Reduce Length of Stay but Not Emergency Department Crowding
The Unappreciated Challenges of Between-Unit Handoffs: Negotiating and Coordinating Across Boundaries
The Taxonomy of Emergency Department Consultations—Results of an Expert Consensus Panel
Emergency Medical Services Out-of-Hospital Scene and Transport Times and Their Association With Mortality in Trauma Patients Presenting to an Urban Level I Trauma Center
EMS Triage and Transport of Intoxicated Individuals to a Detoxification Facility Instead of an Emergency Department
Hospital Collaboration With Emergency Medical Services in the Care of Patients With Acute Myocardial Infarction: Perspectives From Key Hospital Staff
Research or Mom: Listen to Your Mother
Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Intravenous Access Program Is Associated With a Marked Reduction in Central Venous Catheter Use in Noncritically Ill Emergency Department Patients
Emergency Bedside Sonographic Diagnosis of Subclavian Artery Pseudoaneurysm With Brachial Plexopathy After Clavicle Fracture
How Accurate Is Ultrasonography for Excluding Pneumothorax?
Emergency Department Discharge Prescription Interventions by Emergency Medicine Pharmacists
Disclosure of Harmful Medical Errors in Out-of-Hospital Care
An Analysis of Recent Improvements to Vehicle Safety 1
COMMENTARY: WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DECADE MAKES
Clinical Policy: Use of Intravenous tPA for the Management of Acute Ischemic Stroke in the Emergency Department
Point-of-Care Ultrasonography in Assessing Fluid Responsiveness in Sepsis Patients: Sonographer Characteristics, Noninferential Statistics, and Study Design
A Woman With Right Lower Quadrant Pain
Video Laryngoscopy Is a Valuable Adjunct in Emergency Airway Management but Is Not Sufficient as an Exclusive Method of Training Residents
Video Laryngoscopy Is a Valuable Adjunct in Emergency Airway Management but Is Not Sufficient as an Exclusive Method of Training Residents
In Reply to Evidence-Based Treatment of Jellyfish Stings in North America and Hawaii
In Reply to Evidence-Based Treatment of Jellyfish Stings in North America and Hawaii
Uncontrolled Donation After Circulatory Determination of Death Protocols: Ethical Challenges and Suggestions for Improvement
Uncontrolled Donation After Circulatory Determination of Death Protocols: Ethical Challenges and Suggestions for Improvement
Independent Dosing of Propofol and Ketamine May Improve Procedural Sedation Compared With the Combination “Ketofol”
Independent Dosing of Propofol and Ketamine May Improve Procedural Sedation Compared With the Combination “Ketofol”
Perfect Phrases for Healthcare Professionals
Financing of Graduate Medical Education in Emergency Medicine
Standards for Measuring and Reporting Emergency Department Wait Times
Tactical Emergency Medicine Support
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