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- NEJM Journal Watch Emergency Medicine's Final IssueA farewell from the Editor-in-ChiefAli S. Raja, MD, MBA, MPH
- Rapid Bolus vs. Continuous Infusion of Hypertonic Saline for HyponatremiaBoluses of hypertonic saline to correct moderate-to-severe hyponatremia were easier to administer and did not lead to more overcorrection of hyponatremia in this small trial.Lauren M. Westafer, DO, MPH, MS
- Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase–Producing Bacteria in Patients Hospitalized for UTIIn this multicenter study, these organisms were identified in 17% of patients, and administration of an in vitro active antibiotic was often delayed.Benton R. Hunter, MD
- Tetracaine for Corneal Abrasions in the Emergency DepartmentThis randomized trial found tetracaine reduces the pain of corneal abrasions, but the trial was too small to assess safety.Lauren M. Westafer, DO, MPH, MS
- Low-Dose Ketamine Is a Viable Option for Control of Acute Pain in the EDBut for most patients, there are better first-line options.Benton R. Hunter, MD
- Trends in Diagnoses of Emergent Conditions During Peak COVID-19Visits for select emergent medical conditions, including acute myocardial infarction and ischemic stroke, decreased dramatically at a NY and a CA health system after the start of the pandemic.Lauren M. Westafer, DO, MPH, MS
- Antibiotic Treatment Is Noninferior to Appendectomy for Acute AppendicitisHowever, 29% of patients treated with antibiotics still underwent appendectomy within 90 days.Ali S. Raja, MD, MBA, MPH
- Intravenous Cetirizine for Acute UrticariaCetirizine was as effective as diphenhydramine with fewer side effects.David J. Amrol, MD
- Final ACTT-1: Remdesivir ResultsThe drug reduced time to recovery among hospitalized patients with COVID-19 who had lower respiratory tract infection.Rajesh T. Gandhi, MD
- Trends in Buprenorphine Use in U.S. Emergency DepartmentsAlthough buprenorphine use in the ED increased from 2002 to 2017, there was significant variability in the uptake of this lifesaving treatment.Lauren M. Westafer, DO, MPH, MS
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- Can an Emergency Department–Initiated Intervention Prevent Subsequent Falls and Health Care Use in Older Adults? A Randomized Controlled Trial
Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 76, Issue 6, 2020 Dec, Pages 739-750 | Goldberg, Elizabeth M., MD, ScM; Marks, Sarah J., MS; Resnik, Linda J., PT, PhD;...Study objectiveWe determine whether an emergency department (ED)–initiated fall-prevention intervention can reduce subsequent fall-related and all-cause ED visits and hospitalizations in older adults. MethodsThe Geriatric Acute and Post-acute Fall...
- Classified 2020 Advertising Rates & Information
Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 76, Issue 6, 2020 Dec, Pages A28-A28Ads and complete payments must be received in writing by the issue's deadline date. These deadlines apply to insertions, cancellations, and changes. Instructions Typedouble spaceddesired ad copy (see Editorial Policies) Calculate the cost of the a...
- Infection Control Strategy Using a Hybrid Resuscitation Room System During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Tokyo, Japan
Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 76, Issue 6, 2020 Dec, Pages 816-817 | Ito, Kaori, MD; Sou, Yuko, MD; Koizumi, Gen, MD;...For April 6 through May 25, 2020, the government of Japan issued a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) emergency declaration. Our institution, the largest advanced tertiary critical care facility in Tokyo, was requested by the governor of Tokyo to...
- Elderly Man With Continuous Chest Pain
Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 76, Issue 6, 2020 Dec, Pages 804-804, 807-807 | Huang, Jun, MD; Chen, Yu, MD; Chen, Xin, MDAn 81-year-old man presented to the emergency department with 4 hours of continuous chest pain. The ECG showed atrial fibrillation and acute extensive anterior myocardial infarction. His blood pressure was 95/69 mm Hg and pulse rate was 110 beats/...
- Managing Code Status Conversations for Seriously Ill Older Adults in Respiratory Failure
Annals of Emergency Medicine, Volume 76, Issue 6, 2020 Dec, Pages 751-756 | Ouchi, Kei, MD, MPH; Lawton, Andrew J., MD; Bowman, Jason, MD;...Introduction For older adults with serious, life-limiting illness, the decision to initiate intubation is complex and emotional. With seriously ill older adults in acute respiratory failure, emergency physicians are having some of the hardest conv...
- Instructions for AuthorsJournal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 59, Issue 4, 2020 Oct, Pages I-III(no summary available)
- Ambulatory management of primary spontaneous pneumothorax: an open label randomized controlled trialJournal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 59, Issue 4, 2020 Oct, Pages 627-628 | Bartholomew, Seth, MD; Young, Amanda, MDSpontaneous pneumothoraces, those that occur without preceding trauma, have various guideline directed therapeutic options, from observation to needle aspiration, to ultimately thoracostomy tube placement and admission. The average duration of hos...
- Foreign Body Esophageal Perforation Leading to Multifocal Brain Abscesses: A Case ReportJournal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 59, Issue 4, 2020 Oct, Pages e131-e135 | Shah, Priya V., MD; Wathen, Joseph, MD; Keyes, Jill, MD;...AbstractBackgroundAmong those aged 5 years or younger, foreign bodies are the fourth most common pediatric exposure reported to the American Association of Poison Control Centers. Although the majority of ingested foreign bodies pass through […]
- Assessing the Impact of a Rapidly Scaled Virtual Urgent Care in New York City During the COVID-19 PandemicJournal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 59, Issue 4, 2020 Oct, Pages 610-618 | Koziatek, Christian A., MD; Rubin, Ada, MPA; Lakdawala, Viraj, MD;...AbstractBackgroundThe coronavirus disease (COVID)-19 pandemic quickly challenged New York City health care systems. Telemedicine has been suggested to manage acute complaints and divert patients from in-person care. ObjectivesThe objective of this...
- Association Between Trauma Center Level and Outcomes of Adult Patients with Motorcycle Crash–Related Injuries in the United StatesJournal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 59, Issue 4, 2020 Oct, Pages 499-507 | Elsemesmani, Hussein, MD; Bachir, Rana, MPH; El Sayed, Mazen J., MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMSAbstractBackgroundMotorcycle crash–related injury mechanism is a criterion in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention field triage guidelines of injured patients, with a recommendation to transport affected patients to […]
- Editorial BoardAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 38, Issue 9, 2020 Sep, Pages A1-A2(no summary available)
- Value-based syncope evaluation and management: Perspectives of health care professionals on readiness, barriers and enablersAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 38, Issue 9, 2020 Sep, Pages 1867-1874 | Li, Jing, M.D., Dr.P.H., M.S.; Gupta, Vedant, M.D.; Smyth, Susan S., M.D., Ph.D.;...AbstractBackgroundSyncope is a common condition seen in the emergency department. Given the multitude of etiologies, research exists on the evaluation and management of syncope. Yet, physicians' approach to patients […]
- Critical procedure performance in pediatric patients: Results from a national emergency medicine groupAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 38, Issue 9, 2020 Sep, Pages 1703-1709 | Carlson, Jestin N., MD, MS; Zocchi, Mark S., PhD; Allen, Coburn, MD;...AbstractStudy objectiveWe sought to examine the frequency of pediatric critical procedures performed in a national group of emergency physicians. MethodsWe performed a retrospective analysis of an administrative billing and coding […]
- Ultrasound-guided transgluteal sciatic nerve analgesia for refractory back pain in the EDAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 38, Issue 9, 2020 Sep, Pages 1792-1795 | Goldsmith, Andrew J., MD, MBA; Liteplo, Andrew, MD; Hayes, Bryan D., PharmD;...AbstractSciatic radicular back pain is a painful condition resulting in approximately 2% of emergency department (ED) visits a year. Typically, the ED treatment has been limited to various analgesic regimens […]
- Sepsis alerts called in the field vs the ED: impact of severity and in-hospital confoundersAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 38, Issue 9, 2020 Sep, Pages 1940-1940 | Jouffroy, Romain, MD; Vivien, Benoît, MD. PhDWe read with great interest the paper published by Mixon et al. [ 1], who reported that sepsis alerts called in the field via emergency medical services (EMS) decrease time to antibiotics and increase the […]