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AEM Journal
The official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) . Elevating the human condition in times of emergency. EIC
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What signs & symptoms predict retinal pathology in pts with acute onset flashes and floaters? Learn more from Brass Tacks review article via - Read more from -
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AEM Journal Jul 15
Don't miss the July Editor in Chief Pick of the Month: FREE ACCESS / by
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SAEM Online Jul 10
EIC PICK OF THE MONTH: A Multifaceted Intervention Improves Prescribing for Acute Respiratory Infection for Adults and Children in Emergency Department and Urgent Care Settings AEM - July 2019 issue
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Zach Jarou, MD Jul 12
I thoroughly enjoyed 's intro to the Editor-in-Chief Pick of the Month about ...
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AEM Journal Jul 12
question for author (and you!): Were there any differences between PE patients discharged from the ED vs ED obs? Read more in FREE ACCESS /
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AEM Journal Jul 11
question for author (and you!): How did you ensure there was adequate follow-up for outpatient PE discharges? Read more in … FREE ACCESS /
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theNNT.com Jul 11
What are factors that predict difficult endotracheal intubation? Learn more from Brass Tacks review article via - Read more from - 1/2
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SAEM Online Jul 10
Antiviral Medications for the Prevention of Postherpetic Neuralgia After Herpes Zoster Infection AEM Journal – June 2019 Read online:
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AEM Journal Jul 10
question for author (and you!): Did you find any difference in patients who were discharged from ED observation as opposed to the ED alone? Read more in FREE ACCESS /
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Christopher Kabrhel Jul 10
The biggest barrier is clinician concern about lack of follow up. We collaborated with heme and vasc med colleagues to make sure all discharged patients were seen w/in 1 week.
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SAEM Online Jul 9
"Hot Off the Press: Hospital Observation Upon Reversal (HOUR) With Naloxone: A Prospective Clinical Prediction Rule Validation Study AEM Journal – June 2019 Read online:
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Kabir Yadav MDCM MS Jul 9
A concise Brass Tacks review from and Questionable benefit for high flow nasal cannula for bronchiolitis.
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EM Ottawa Jul 9
Are lectures still a necessary part of medical school? , et al. most recent pub in Education and Training says probably not. Flipped classrooms here we come!
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Ali S. Raja, MD Jul 9
Should Not Be Used to R/O -- Retrospective analysis found had abysmal sensitivity P. Nazerian MD et al.
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theNNT.com Jul 9
What is the benefit of HFNC in bronchiolitis treatment? NNT of 9 for preventing escalation of care. Learn more from Brass Tacks review article via - Read more from -
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AEM Journal Jul 9
question for author (and you!): What barriers did you encounter when implementing your outpatient VTE protocol, and how did you overcome them? Read more in FREE ACCESS /
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SAEM Online Jul 5
A new podcast – "A Cross‐sectional Analysis of Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, and Compassion Satisfaction in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physicians in the United States" research published in the July issue of AEM. Listen now:
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Ken Milne Jul 8
Cover the issue of outpatient treatment of PE on the SGEM WITH
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AEM Journal Jul 8
How can you increase outpatient treatment of VTEs (ie PEs and DVTs)? Find out from : OPEN ACCESS / Learn more about the ACEP Clinical Policy on Acute VTE 2018 from and -
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