Browsing: February 2023

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The CLOVERS trial underscores the fact that fluid resuscitation strategies remain a highly debated and complex topic. It is still possible that specific patients may benefit from a restrictive fluid
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This paper discusses some basics of emergency medicine coding and reimbursement and is designed to provide you, a graduating resident, some key information as you enter independent practice.
In the latest installment of our PD Q&A series, we are highlighting the Duke University School of Medicine EM program in Durham, N.C. We spoke with the current PD Joshua Broder, M.D., in 2023 about wh
Our responsibility to attempt therapeutic relationships and try to understand where our patients are coming from is not “window dressing.” Capacity assessments often, but not always, appear at moments
Hospitals get penalized when patients are readmitted, Medicare's Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, or HRRP. A plan to take social determinants of health into account is meant to make sure penal
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EMRA members met at Lake Chabot Regional Park near San Francisco on Oct. 4 to compete in MedWAR, the annual test of medical knowledge, wilderness skills, and endurance. The sunny temperate climate of
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This article aims to provide a standardized approach to assessing diving-related injuries. We’ll first review the unique aspects of a history critical to diagnosing diving-related injuries. We’ll then
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Cauda equina syndrome (CES) is a “can’t miss” diagnosis in the emergency department characterized by lower back pain. It is associated with red flag symptoms such as urinary retention or incontinence,
We have new resources to help you speak with your patients about COVID-19 treatments. These free print and digital materials are available for EMRA members to use to help educate patients about who's