Emergency Medicine Journal
(ISSN: 1472-0205, 1472-0213)
Articles Available on Medscape
- The Effect of Provision of Pain Management Advice on Patient Satisfaction With Their Pain Management
- Primary Care Services Located With EDs
- Coagulation Assessment With the New Generation of Oral Anticoagulants
- How Do Patients Feel About Taking Part in Clinical Trials in Emergency Care?
- Critical Care in the Emergency Department: Acute Kidney Injury
Emergency Medicine Journal's Latest Table of Contents
2016 - 33 (7)
- BET 2: Do fluoroquinolones increase the incidence of tendinopathy?
- Towards evidence-based emergency medicine: best BETs from the Manchester Royal Infirmary.
- BET 1: Does apnoeic oxygenation reduce the risk of desaturation in patients requiring endotracheal intubation?
- Purplish arm with bullous lesions.
- A hyperdense dot.
- Primary care services located with EDs: a review of effectiveness.
- Ultrasound findings in 42 patients with cytotoxic tissue damage following bites by South African snakes.
- Exploring the acceptability of a clinical decision rule to identify paediatric burns due to child abuse or neglect.
- Top 10 (+1) tips to get started with in situ simulation in emergency and critical care departments.
- The effect of provision of pain management advice on patient satisfaction with their pain management: a pilot, randomised, controlled trial (pain advice trial).
- Understanding the value of mixed methods research: the Children's Safety Initiative-Emergency Medical Services.
- Prevalence and predictors of hospital prealerting in acute stroke: a mixed methods study.
- Prospective evaluation of the ability of clinical scoring systems and physician-determined likelihood of appendicitis to obviate the need for CT.
- The Recognition of STEMI by Paramedics and the Effect of Computer inTerpretation (RESPECT): a randomised crossover feasibility study.
- National initiatives to improve outcomes from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in England.
- The impact of senior doctor assessment at triage on emergency department performance measures: systematic review and meta-analysis of comparative studies.