Browsing: October 2019

Fracture blisters on this patient's ankle resulted from a sock topped by a SAM splint that went through a 8.5-mile mule ride to get to an ambulance. Take in these pointers on handling such injuries an
As EMRA celebrates 45 years, Dr. Tommy Eales reflects on the clinical publications that have helped EMRA make its members better doctors.
As EMRA celebrates a 45-year milestone, we draw particular attention to our Fall 2019 EMRA Award recipients. Their contributions stand out in a field of high achievers, and we are proud to honor these
Meet three of your colleagues expanding medical care in Laos by becoming some of the first emergency medicine specialists in this developing country.
An honest and appreciative response from an emergency resident when an attending takes a moment to check in on how this whole new world called ED is going.
The SEP-1 core measure instituted by CMS has been hotly debated. A new review of literature shows a lack of high-quality evidence to back up the specificity required in the sepsis bundle.
The ACA accomplished a goal of fewer uninsured patients and less of a need for inpatient care, but the emergency room kept as busy as ever.