The Journal of Emergency Medicine
(ISSN: 0736-4679, 1090-1280)
Table of Contents
2016 - 50 (5)
- A Case Report and Literature Review of Spontaneous Perforation of Pyometra.
- Utility of Procedural Sedation as a Marker for Quality Assurance in Emergency Medicine.
- Myocardial Infarction in the Presence of a Right Bundle Branch��Block.
- Recognizing Cyanosis.
- A Woman With a Purpuric Rash and Weakness.
- A Cross-Sectional Study of Medical Student Knowledge of��Evidence-Based Medicine as Measured by the Fresno Test��of��Evidence-Based Medicine.
- Bacteremia and Deep Vein Thrombosis in an Infant.
- Marked Regional Variation in Acute Stroke Management Among Medicare Beneficiaries.
- Fat Emboli Syndrome in a Child with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy After Minor Trauma.
- Brugada Phenocopy or Unmasked Brugada Syndrome? Relevance of the Provocation Test.
- The Emergency Physician's Role in Differentiating Brugada Syndrome from Brugada Phenotype.
- Appendicitis in the Infant Population: A Case Report and Review of a Four-Month Old With Appendicitis.
- Comparison of Unintentional Exposures to Codeine and Hydrocodone Reported to Texas Poison Centers.
- Acute Cerebellar Ataxia: An Unusual Pediatric Case.
- Horner's Syndrome after Scalene Block and Carotid Dissection.
- Osteoid Osteoma.
- Superior Vena Cava Syndrome with Cardiac Device-related Infective Endocarditis Secondary to Pacemaker Infection.
- Not by the Red on My Chinny Chin Chin: A Case of Mandibular Osteomyelitis in a 5-Year-Old Girl.
- Identification and Treatment of Human Trafficking Victims in the Emergency Department: A Case Report.
- Pelvic Free Fluid in Asymptomatic Pediatric Blunt Abdominal Trauma Patients: A Case Series and Review of the Literature.
- Physician in Triage Versus Rotational Patient Assignment.
- A Scoping Review: Communication Between Emergency Physicians and Patients in the Emergency Department.
- Immediate Bedding and Patient Satisfaction in a Pediatric Emergency Department.
- Horizontal Slide Creates Less Cervical Motion When Centering an��Injured Patient on a Spine Board.