The Journal of Emergency Medicine
(ISSN: 0736-4679, 1090-1280)
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- Racial Differences in Pediatric Emergency Department Triage Scores
The Journal of Emergency Medicine's Latest Table of Contents
2016 - 51 (1)
- Psychiatric Emergencies for Clinicians: Emergency Department Management of Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome.
- Lower and Better.
- Spontaneous Compartment Syndrome of the Thigh in the Absence of Trauma.
- Factors Associated with Misplaced Endotracheal Tubes During Intubation in Pediatric Patients.
- Infective Endocarditis Presenting with Intracranial Bleeding.
- She's Back Again.
- Learning Curves for Ultrasound Assessment of Lumbar Puncture Insertion Sites: When is Competency Established?
- Acute Hemarthrosis of the Knee Caused by Arteriovenous Malformation.
- Acute Esophageal Necrosis Caused by Candidiasis in a Patient with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.
- Rheolytic Thrombectomy of the Pulmonary Embolus in Impending Paradoxical Embolus.
- A Device for Apneic Oxygenation During Airway Management of Pediatric Patients by Trainees.
- Influenza-Like Illnesses and Dengue.
- Gum-Elastic Bougie Efficacy for Tracheal Intubation During Continuous Chest Compression in Infants-A Crossover Simulation Trial.
- Ischemic Stroke of the Spinal Cord: A Pediatric Emergency in an Otherwise Healthy Child.
- Retained Lumbar Bullet: A Case Report of Chronic Lead Toxicity and Review of the Literature.
- Patient with a Hook of the Hamate Fracture Presenting as Vascular Occlusion: Diagnosis Made with Bedside Ultrasound.
- Comparison of the QRS Complex, ST-Segment, and T-Wave Among Patients with Left Bundle Branch Block with and without Acute Myocardial Infarction.
- Proposal of a New Approach to Study and Categorize Stress Hyperglycemia in Acute Myocardial Infarction.