'Poppers' proliferate, but methylene blue proves surprisingly effective
Presentations can vary, but urgent diagnosis is always essential
A nurse just yelled at you at the nurses station. What you do next could is critical
How bedside ultrasound can help bring a crashing patient into focus
Two recent studies give practical steps for shortening the wait in the emergency department
The Rx Pad
With recent vancomycin shortages, it’s important to know what other drugs can be used to treat MRSA
Placing a patient in spinal immobilization can adversely affect airway management, but does that outweigh the dangers of not immobilizing?
The Canary in the Coal Mine?
Contrast in CT scans is said to cause AKI, renal replacement therapy and even death. But is this confounding bias?
EPM teamed up with MedPage Today to bring readers a series of interviews with EM thought leaders
Could bipartisan bill finally cut healthcare costs by reducing defensive medicine?
Give me residents who are more than their CVs, doctors who base their practice on actual beliefs and values
Worth the Cost?
Once-weekly Dalbavancin might reduce admissions, but it introduces new concerns about antibiotic resistance and high costs
On the Brink
A cry for help or savvy brinkmanship?
1925 – 2014
Founding Father of Emergency Medicine
Rwandan fellowship project gives insight into the value for reliable data and the need for experienced local partners
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