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

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(11):A6 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(11):A2 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(11):A1 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(10):A1 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(10):A7 (2015)

  6. Corrigendum to “The Authors Reply: further consideration in evaluation of right ventricular infarction” [Am J Emerg Med. 2015 Jun;33(6):836–7]

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(10):1536 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(10):A2 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(10):IFC (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(9):A1 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(9):A7 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(9):A2 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(9):IFC (2015)

  13. WITHDRAWN: Pulmonary intimal artery sarcoma mimicking pulmonary embolism: a case series

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine (2015)

    This article has been withdrawn at the request of the editor. The Publisher apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause. The full Elsevier Policy on Article Withdrawal can be found at http://www.elsevier.com/locate/withdrawalpolicy.
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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(5):A7 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(5):A3 (2015)

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    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(5):A1 (2015)

  18. Lengths of stay for involuntarily held psychiatric patients in the ED are affected by both patient characteristics and medication use

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(4):527 (2015) PMID 25708970

    Background Psychiatric patients experience longer treatment times (length of stay [LOS]) in the emergency department (ED) compared to nonpsychiatric patients. Although patients on involuntary mental health holds are relatively understudied, common wisdom would hold that times...
  19. The rise in K2 use with varying clinical symptoms and the potential for ED crowding

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(4):582 (2015) PMID 25662800

  20. Anterior chamber depth measurement using ultrasound to assess elevated intraocular pressure

    The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33(4):582 (2015) PMID 25737411