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Introduction The aim of this study is to formulate an accurate estimate of the spinal needle depth for a successful lumbar puncture in pediatric patients.
Purpose An initial description of a sonographic finding predictive of intrathoracic chest tube placement.
Introduction Many studies show that a major barrier to short-term treatment of stroke is patient or bystander delay in responding to stroke symptoms. Most studies have found that less than half of stroke/transient ischemic attack (TIA) events result in a 911 call. We sought to determine which...
Objectives This study examines the physiologic effects of prolonged conducted electrical weapon (CEW) exposure on alcohol-intoxicated adult subjects.
Study objective VA (Veteran's Affairs) emergency departments (EDs) are generally staffed with physicians trained in internal medicine (IM), although recently, a movement has begun toward hiring emergency medicine (EM)-trained staff. At our institution, the ED is staffed by physicians of both...
Objective Chart review studies have suggested that point-of-care urine dipstick testing may accurately predict an elevation in serum creatinine (Cr). We aimed to prospectively evaluate the test characteristics of proteinuria/hematuria in predicting elevated serum Cr.
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