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The ICU-ROX study, designed as the largest RCT of mechanically ventilated ICU patients, investigates whether conservative oxygen therapy could reduce mortality. Are the results enough to tip the scale
This review article was trying to take another look at the impact of epinephrine, especially its impact on meaningful neurologic survival, to see if the debates launched by the PARAMEDIC-2 trial were
Can vitamin C benefit patients with sepsis-related ARDS? Take a look at the evidence from the CITRIS-ALI study before you take a stance in this ongoing debate.
In 2019, EM Resident magazine won national honors, welcomed more new authors than in any previous year, and raised the bar for content. This is a look at the most-read material of the year.
Sometimes a clinical trial shows no statistical differences yet can help to illuminate best practices. Count the ESETT Trial as one of them.
Moderate therapeutic hypothermia could be another tool in treating cardiac arrest patients. But how much should a patient be cooled? The HYPERION Trial doesn't resolve that debate.
The classic story of GHB intoxication you may see in your ED — “you are about to intubate a comatose patient and they wake up suddenly.” What next?
The recent rise in the number of people declining vaccinations is leading to a correlating rise in the cases of preventable diseases such as measles and mumps.
A look at this option for delivering supplemental oxygen in patients experiencing hypoxemic respiratory failure in emergency care.
Indiana University's Clinical Informatics Fellowship Director John T. Finnell is ready to help solve the enigma about the confluence of the ED and IT.