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Activated charcoal (AC) is most effective when administered soon after the ingestion of certain substances. Delays are recognized to occur at times in the administration of AC after arrival of poisoned patients in the emergency department (ED). In addition, it has been recognized that these...
A 69-year-old male presented to the Emergency Department (ED) with a left comminuted femur fracture. Manipulation of the fractured leg resulted in profound bradycardia, necessitating cessation of the procedure in the ED. Various causes of sinus bradycardia, including vagal-mediated responses, as...
The purpose of this retrospective study was to identify those patients presenting to an urban emergency department with animal-related wounds, define source animal demographics, and assess adequacy of wound care, rabies immunoprophylaxis, and follow-up. Sixty-three patients comprised the study...
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