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The New Payment Paradigm

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STEMI in the Presence of LBBB

STEMI in the Presence of LBBB

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"You have to be the expert"

Battle Tested

Battle Tested

What’s So ‘Special’ About Ketamine?

Ketamine Proves its worth on the front lines

Ketamine’s Troubled Past, Promising Future

Ketamine’s Troubled Past, Promising Future

What’s So ‘Special’ About Ketamine?

From club drug to horse tranquilizer to adverse events, ketamine has had a notorious (occasionally mythic) past

Six Ways To ‘Roth’ Your Investments

Six Ways To ‘Roth’ Your Investments

Financial Consult

At some point you may have thought “Should I use a Roth account for my investments?"

Great Books to Mold Great Leaders

Great Books to Mold Great Leaders

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Non-medical reading material to improve and expand your skills in management

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Review by Alisa Hayes M.D.
Column organized by Evan Schwarz M.D.
Washington University in St. Louis
Division of Emergency Medicine

 
Citation: Spiro DM, Tay K, et al.  Wait-and-see prescription for the treatment of acute otitis media:  a randomized controlled trial.  JAMA. Sept 2006;296(10):1235-1241. by Dr. Alisa Hayes

Review by Chet Schrader
Column organized by Evan Schwarz
Washington University in St. Louis
Division of Emergency Medicine
 
Citation:
Institute of Medicine.  IOM Report:  the future of emergency care in the United States health system.  Acad Emerg Med.  Oct 2006;13(10):1081-1085.
 
Review by Dana Hendry, MD
edited by Evan Schwarz,
Washington University Emergency
Medicine Residency Program MD

Citation:
Bradley EH, Herrin J, et al.  Strategies for reducing the door-to-balloon time in acute myocardial infarction. N Engl J Med. Nov 2006; 355(22): 2308-2320.


Review by Jose Vega, MD
Column Organized by Evan Schwarz, MD
Division of Emergency Medicine
Washington University
 
Citation: 
Thomsen TW et al.  Arthocentesis of the Knee.  The New England Journal of Medicine 2006; 354:e19.
Review by Ryan Petersen, MD
Column organized by Evan Schwarz, MD
Division of Emergency Medicine
Washington University in St. Louis
 
Citation:
Kales SN, Christiani DC. Acute chemical emergencies. N Engl J Med. Feb 2004;350(8):800-808.

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