Browsing: August 2017

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Letter to the Editor Clarification on Take-Home Naloxone Dear Editor, We applaud EM Resident (June/July 2017) cover and related review on “Take-Home Naloxone.” We would like to provide clarification
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Taking a Cue from Netflix, Priceline (and more) The Sustainable ED Looks to Other Industries for Tech With the current rise in patient census and physician burnout, is today's model of emergency medi
Is There a Doctor on Board? Answering the Call for Help It is not every day that we have an encounter that reminds us exactly why we love emergency medicine. I was fortunate and unfortunate enough to
Floaters: Retinal Detachment, Posterior Vitreous Detachment, or Vitreous Hemorrhage? A 68-year-old female with a history of diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia presents to the emergency depart
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Post-Intubation Sedation Bridging the Gap Between the Emergency Department and the Intensive Care Unit The practice of endotracheal intubation is often executed as follows: the endotracheal tube is p
Jeffrey M. Goodloe, MD, NRP, FACEP, FAEMS EMRA President, 1996-1997 EMRA Board of Directors, 1995-1998 ACEP Councillor 2008-2015 ACEP Alternate Councillor 2016- Oklahoma College of Emergency Physicia
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Keep on Rockin' in Emergency Medicine First and foremost, a huge welcome to all of our new members! We are so excited to have this year's interns up an at ”�em in our departments already. While you m
Letter from the Editor Every year as interns don their long white coats for the first time ever, swipe their glossy name badges, and figure out where the bathrooms are, I have flashbacks to my first
Diagnose this Condition The Patient     A 28-year-old female, who was the restrained front passenger in a motor vehicle accident 1 week before, presents to the ED with abdominal pain. A CT scan of th
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Health Policy Journal Club: Emergency Docs Have No Clue About Costs August 2017 Fewer than half of health care providers accurately comprehend costs to patients. Emergency department health care prof