Annals of emergency medicine

(ISSN: 0196-0644, 1097-6760)

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From Annals of emergency medicine

2023 - 82 (6)

  • A Woman With Neck Swelling and Dyspnea. 
  • Limitations to Generalizing Emergency Department Procedural Rate Estimates Nationwide. 
  • The Natural Language Artificial Intelligence Revolution in Emergency Medicine: Unleash the Potential, Addressing the Concerns. 
  • A Sober Appraisal of Artificial Intelligence Systems, Particularly ChatGPT, in the Facets of Emergency Medicine. 
  • The OPAL Trial Provides a Treasure of Evidence to Stop Using Opioids for Acute Neck and Back Pain: December 2023 Annals of Emergency Medicine Journal Club. 
  • Comparing Geriatric and Nongeriatric Emergency Departments: A First Step on a Critical Avenue of Research. 
  • Emergency Department Crowding After Coronavirus Disease 2019: Time to Change the Hospital Paradigm. 
  • New Coding Guidelines Reduce Emergency Department Note Bloat But More Work Is Needed. 
  • Emergency Department Volume, Severity, and Crowding Since the Onset of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic. 
  • Out-of-Hospital Intubation Trends Through the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic. 
  • Tenecteplase: More Evidence It Should Replace Alteplase for Ischemic Stroke Treatment. 
  • Changes in the Number of United States Emergency Departments and Their Annual Visit Volumes Since 2001. 
  • Funding Emergency Care in America: Searching for Solutions in a Highly Designed Mess. 
  • Alcohol-Related Falls Are Increasing in Older Emergency Department Patients: A Call to Action. 
  • Emergency Department Bridge Model and Health Services Use Among Patients With Opioid Use Disorder. 
  • Managing and Preventing Migraine in the Emergency Department: A Review. 
  • What Is the Efficacy of Endovascular Therapy With Medical Management Compared With That of Medical Management Alone for Patients With Basilar Occlusion Stroke? 
  • An Outcome Comparison Between Geriatric and Nongeriatric Emergency Departments. 
  • The Cost Shifting Economics of United States Emergency Department Professional Services (2016-2019). 
  • Emergency Department Visits for Alcohol-Associated Falls Among Older Adults in the United States, 2011 to 2020. 
  • Tenecteplase Versus Alteplase for Acute Stroke: Mortality and Bleeding Complications. 

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