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In this month’s addition to the Program Director Interview Series we got to chat with David Jones, MD, MCR to learn about the OHSU Residency Program. Dr. Jones tells us more about residency in the bea
One study showed short-term benefit to using vasopressin and methylprednisolone in patients who experience in-hospital cardiac arrest. But study limitations mean further examination is needed before a
Erythema multiforme is an acute skin disorder. While most cases are the result of an infection, the condition can also result from autoimmune disorders, malignancy, and drug use.
Left ventricular free wall rupture (LVFWR) is a rare and usually fatal complication of myocardial infarction (MI). Fortunately, echocardiography is very sensitive and specific - and emergency physicia
Medical students from the Global Emergency Medicine Student Leadership Program sat down with 18 of ACEP's International Ambassador teams to capture their perspectives on the state of emergency healthc
Receiving that acceptance letter to medical school is one of the most exciting and joyous moments in an aspiring physician’s life, but the path leading to that letter can be daunting, to say the least
From intravenous drugs and genetic engineering to highly advanced equipment to mind-blowing surgical techniques, medicine continues to evolve at an exponential pace. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR
Radiology is a pillar of emergency care. What does the literature reveal about the impact of turnaround times in the radiology department?
EMRA's 25 Under 45 Influencers in Emergency Medicine are the physicians who are shaping the future of our communities, our hospitals, and our specialty.
The complexity and variety of signs and symptoms associated with temporal lobe epilepsy make this condition notably difficult to diagnose.