Self-care Barriers Reported by Emergency Department Patients With Acute Heart Failure: A Sociotechnical Systems-Based Approach
Quantifying Patient-Physician Communication and Perceptions of Risk During Admissions for Possible Acute Coronary Syndromes
Woman With Syncope
Twiddle Me This! A Look at Twiddler's Syndrome
Lost in Translation: Physician Understanding and Communication of Risk to Patients With Possible Acute Coronary Syndrome Is Unacceptable and in Dire Need of Resuscitation
What Is the Role of Procalcitonin in Early Diagnosis of Infective Endocarditis?
Do Intravenous Nitrates Improve Dyspnea in Acute Heart Failure Syndromes More Than Alternative Pharmacologic Interventions?
Revisiting the “Golden Hour”: An Evaluation of Out-of-Hospital Time in Shock and Traumatic Brain Injury
Has the Gold Lost Its Luster?
The Many Faces of Survivor Bias in Observational Studies on Trauma Resuscitation Requiring Massive Transfusion
Does a Restricted Fluid Resuscitation Strategy Decrease Mortality in Trauma Patients?
The Boston Marathon Bombings Mass Casualty Incident: One Emergency Department's Information Systems Challenges and Opportunities
Acute Lyme Neuroborreliosis With Transient Hemiparesis and Aphasia
Do Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa Inhibitors Improve Outcomes in Acute Ischemic Stroke?
Does Clopidogrel Plus Aspirin Dual Therapy Reduce Risk of Stroke in Patients at High Risk for Stroke?
HIV Care Continuum for HIV-Infected Emergency Department Patients in an Inner-City Academic Emergency Department
At the Crossroads of the HIV Care Continuum: Emergency Departments and the HIV Epidemic
Measles Outbreak—California, December 2014–February 2015
COMMENTARY
Mourning Theresa
“Am I Having a Heart Attack, Doc?” Patient-Physician Communication for Possible Acute Coronary Syndromes
Elderly Female With Abdominal Pain
EM:RAP Commentaries in the Annals of Emergency Medicine : Peer Review and Financial Disclosure Needed
EM:RAP Commentaries in the Annals of Emergency Medicine : Peer Review and Financial Disclosure Needed
The Negative Predictive Value of the Head Impulse Test, Nystagmus, and Test of Skew Deviation Bedside Oculomotor Examination in Acute Vestibular Syndrome
The Negative Predictive Value of the Head Impulse Test, Nystagmus, and Test of Skew Deviation Bedside Oculomotor Examination in Acute Vestibular Syndrome
Rings May Be Removed With a Tie From a Surgical Mask
Rosen's & Barkin's 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult—5th Edition
CONCERN for Cancer