The American Journal of Emergency Medicine
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Free phenytoin toxicity.
Technology advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of peritonsillar abscess.
Rapid spontaneous redistribution of acute epidural hematoma.
Limited yield of hospitalization for the evaluation of syncope in patients presenting to an urban tertiary medical center.
We examined the utility of inpatient evaluation of syncope for patients in whom a diagnosis was not established in the emergency department. We retrospectively reviewed consecutive patients presenting with syncope to an urban tertiary care medical center. A diagnosis was not established after initia...
Color-coding triage and allergic reactions in an Italian ED.
Hyperalgesic acetabular fracture treated by transversus abdominis plane block in the ED.
A hitch in hiccups.
Procedural sedation with propofol: a retrospective review of the experiences of an emergency medicine residency program 2005 to 2010.
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...
Recurrent choking as a presenting feature of aortic arch aneurysm.
Should intravenous contrast be used in patients receiving metformin