Detroit Medical Center Wayne State University

Our program trains emergency medicine physicians who render the finest patient care with compassion while contributing to the specialty of emergency medicine through leadership in both academic and community medicine.

Our residents gain unparalleled exposure by training at an urban level 1 trauma center with >86k annual ED visits as well as at one of the busiest pediatric hospitals in the nation- Children's Hospital of Michigan.

A nationwide registry has shown targeted temperature management at a lower core temperature led to significantly better neurologic outcomes and survival at 30 days in patients with moderately severe p
This Critical Care Alert examines a study of VA-ECMO on survival and predictors of mortality in patients who suffered massive pulmonary embolism-related cardiac arrest.
Non-acetaminophen-related causes of acute liver failure are inevitably going to present in the emergency department, and acknowledging that NAC likely has a place in the care of these patients is impo
When and what type of IV fluid should you administer for critically ill patients in order to achieve the best outcome in terms of sepsis? This study examines balanced fluid resuscitation started in th
The ideal oxygenation goal in patients with acute respiratory failure in the ICU remains unclear. The HOT ICU trial seeks to provide insight.
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Can You Find the Heartbeat of a City in the ED? Dear Dad,  I'm moving to Detroit.  Love, Your only daughter I'll never forget telling my family that I was moving to Detroit. My incredibly sweet, quin
Ultrasound-Based Risk Stratification of Patients with Acute PE An 85-year-old female with a history of hypertension and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) presents with sudden onset of dys
Resuscitation and the Humeral Intraosseous Line A lethargic 56-year-old female with a history of end stage renal disease and intravenous drug use presents with hypoglycemia and severe hypotension. De