Browsing: January 2024

Program Director Interview 2024
In the latest installment of our PD Q&A series, we are highlighting the University of Virginia Emergency Medicine Residency. We spoke with the current PD Dr. Amita Sudhir, MD about what makes their pr
The latest news and noteworthy announcements in emergency medicine
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As the voice of emergency medicine physicians-in-training and the future of our specialty, EMRA continues to believe that the future of EM is bright while remaining committed to facing reality and add
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This article focuses on the appropriate empiric treatments for tattoo-related complications in the emergency department.
EMRA is pleased to welcome the newest members to the EMRA Board of Directors: Blake Denley, MD, president; David Wilson, MD, president-elect; Jacob Altholz, MD, vice speaker of the council; Joe-Ann Mo
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A mechanical circulatory support (MCS) device is a surgical option for patients who have had unsuccessful experiences with optimal medical therapies for advanced heart failure. These therapies ideally
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Emergency physicians should maintain a high degree of suspicion for anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis (ANMDARE) and ovarian teratomas in young female patients presenting acutely with psychiatric symptom
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Understanding basic terminology, health disparities, and ED-specific concerns relevant to LGBTQIA+ patients is a timely and urgent task for emergency physicians. Studies have shown that provider incom
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Pediatric GI bleeding is a somewhat uncommon presentation to the emergency department. Disposition is critical for the pediatric patient with a suspected GI bleed. In the unwell-appearing child regard
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Depression and suicidality are common presenting complaints in the ED and require vast resources to fully evaluate, treat, and determine appropriate dispositions for patients. Our case illustrates how