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Two methods of endotracheal intubation of patients lying on the ground were compared for ease and speed of intubation and minimization of complications in a crossover study of prehospital-oriented emergency physicians. Intubation of a mannequin was attempted by the physicians in either a left...
This study's goal was to analyze aeromedical emergency medical services (EMS) endotracheal intubation (ETI) success rates for in-flight intubations, and to retrospectively compare in-flight ETI success rates with those achieved in hospital and trauma scene settings. Patients undergoing flight...
A case of subcutaneous emphysema and pneumomediastinum as a result of child abuse is presented to add to the spectrum of findings associated with child maltreatment. This case is a reminder that although most cases of subcutaneous emphysema resolve uneventfully, there still needs to be an...
Every year in the United States about 5,000 people sustain a cervical spinal cord injury. Vastly greater numbers present to hospitals after motor vehicle crashes and falls with potential cervical spine injuries (CSI) for evaluation. This group of patients requires very careful management while...
A patient sustained a crush-type hyperextension injury to his wrist, and presented to the emergency department (ED) with wrist pain, swelling, and paresthesias along the median and superficial radial nerve distributions. His initial radiographic study was interpreted as showing a radial styloid...
Using a public hospital's computerized database, we formulated a statistical model to explain emergency department (ED) patient volume for better staffing and resource allocation. All patients visiting the ED over a 3-year period were included in this retrospective study. Each observation...
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