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Readiness for Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department From the December 2013 issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, “Emergency Department Readiness for Pediatric Illness and Injury.”
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Patients with Anemia in the Emergency Department From the November 2013 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice, “Anemia In The Emergency Department: Evaluation and Treatment.” Reprinted with permissio
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An Evidence-Based Approach to Blunt Chest Trauma in Children From the November 2013 issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, “Emergency Management Of Blunt Chest Trauma In Children: An Evidenc
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An Evidence-Based Approach to Acute Aortic Syndromes From the December 2013 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice, “An Evidence-Based Approach To Acute Aortic Syndromes.” Reprinted with permission. T
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Pediatric Nerve Blocks From the October 2013 issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, “Pediatric Nerve Blocks: An Evidence-Based Approach.” Reprinted with permission. To access your EMRA memb
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Novel Oral Anticoagulant Agents From the October 2013 issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, “Emergency Department Management of Patients on Novel Oral Anticoagulant Agents.” Reprinted with
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Practical EM Ethics Mike Schick, DO, MA, Ultrasound Fellow, UC Davis, Sacramento, CA Case A regular “super user” of your ED, whom you have grown to know well, presents as he typically does. EMS drop
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Emergency Department Bradydysrhythmias From the September 2013 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice, “Evaluation And Management of Bradydysrhythmias in the Emergency Department.” Reprinted with perm
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Electrical Injuries in Children From the September 2013 issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, “An Evidence-Based Approach to Electrical Injuries in Children.” Reprinted with permission. To
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The Ethics Dilemma Regular discussions of difficult ethical encounters can better prepare training physicians to deal with what are often the most challenging cases. There are fundamental flaws in ho