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Objective We hypothesized that thoracic ultrasound (ThorUS) performed by emergency physicians would be a rapid and effective management tool for the evaluation of nontraumatic pleural effusion (PleurEff).
Objective The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of analgesia delivery, in the emergency department setting, to patients presenting with acute pain, with regard to guidelines from the British Association of Accident and Emergency Medicine (BAEM).
We screened nearly 10,000 consecutive parents presenting to EDs throughout the United States and examined whether parent/guardian self-report of insurance status agrees with hospital administrative data. We also examined the relationship of patient characteristics with any observed discordance.
Introduction This article reports results of a National Institutes of Health/National Library of Medicine Small Business Innovation Research–funded research grant comparing paper-based and automated Palm handheld computer disaster triage documentation.
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