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The American Journal of Emergency Medicine

Print ISSN
0735-6757
Electronic ISSN
1532-8171
Impact factor
1.994
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/07356757
Usage rank
1164
Article count
6304
Free count
45
Free percentage
0.00713832
PDFs via platforms
Mdconsult from 1995, Ovid, Sciencedirect from 1983, and Gale

  1. N-terminal prohormone of brain natriuretic peptide-how far can we extrapolate?

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 32(4):389 (2014) PMID 24445224

  2. Rapid spontaneous recovery after development of a spinal epidural hematoma: a case report.

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 32(3):291.e1 (2014) PMID 24238481

  3. Optimized acute stroke pathway using medical advanced regulation for stroke and repeated public awareness campaigns.

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 32(3):225 (2014) PMID 24361139

    We performed a time series analysis for a period of 5 years and a half, comparing the number of emergency telephone calls with that of intravenous thrombolysis treatment realized. In our organizational model, repeated awareness public campaigns increased both the number of emergency calls for suspec...
  4. Color-coding triage and allergic reactions in an Italian ED.

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 30(5):826 (2012) PMID 22676922

  5. Hyperalgesic acetabular fracture treated by transversus abdominis plane block in the ED.

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 30(6):1006 (2012) PMID 22633708

  6. A hitch in hiccups.

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 30(5):820 (2012) PMID 22424994

  7. Procedural sedation with propofol: a retrospective review of the experiences of an emergency medicine residency program 2005 to 2010.

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 30(5):706 (2012) PMID 21641148

    The adverse event rates from our study correlate with those of numerous earlier as well as recently published studies of moderate and deep sedatives, including propofol. The disciplined use of propofol by emergency physicians should continue to provide ED patients with the best available management...
  8. Recurrent choking as a presenting feature of aortic arch aneurysm.

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 30(4):636.e3 (2012) PMID 21450432

  9. Should intravenous contrast be used in patients receiving metformin

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 20(4):1 (2002)

  10. Graduated compression stocking manages to prevent economy class syndrome

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 20(4):3 (2002)