Academic Emergency Medicine
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Differential survival for men and women from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest varies by age: results from the OPALS study.
The effect of sex on survival in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) is controversial. Some studies report more favorable outcomes in women, while others suggest the opposite, citing disparities in care. Whether sex predicts differential age-specific survival is still uncertain. The objective was...
Ten Signs That You Are an Emergency Medicine Parent
Effect of intubation for gamma-hydroxybutyric acid overdose on emergency department length of stay and hospital admission.
The objective was to examine the effect of endotracheal intubation on emergency department (ED) length of stay (LOS) and admission rates for patients with gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) overdose. A 3-year retrospective electronic and paper audit of recreational drug presentations was carried out at two...
National Institutes of Health support for individual mentored career development grants in emergency medicine.
Individual mentored career (K) awards made by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are an important way for medical researchers to develop their research skills. This study determined the number of individual mentored (K) awards awarded to emergency medicine (EM) faculty over a 6-year period and...
The HANDDS program: a systematic approach for addressing disparities in the provision of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
The current paradigm of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) blankets a community with training. Recently, the authors have found that high-risk neighborhoods can be identified, and CPR training can be targeted in the neighborhoods in which it is most needed. This article presents a novel m...
Are discharge prescriptions of opioids from the emergency department truly rising?
Measuring numeracy and health literacy in the emergency department.
Interprofessional education and collaboration: a call to action for emergency medicine.
Rapid response team activations within 24 hours of admission from the emergency department: an innovative approach for performance improveme...
Performance improvement programs in emergency medicine (EM) have evolved beyond peer reviews of referred cases and now encompass a large set of quality metrics that are measured proactively. However, peer review of cases continues to be an important element of performance improvement, and selection...
Role of autophagy and apoptosis in wound tissue of deep second-degree burn in rats.
The pathogenesis of burn wound progression is poorly understood. Contributing factors include continuous loss of blood perfusion, excessive inflammation, and elevated apoptosis levels in wound tissue. Macroautophagy (here referred to simply as "autophagy") is associated with many chronic diseases. T...