Three Novel Use Cases for Google Glass in the ED
How might augmented reality change your practice?
The future of emergency medicine?
EPs in Rhode island overcome hurdles to trial Glass for telemedicine and consider other applications.
Know the risks
Reglan should be used with caution if patients have Parkinson’s disease or are on antipsychotics.
ACEP's Gag Order Rejected
EPM readers speak out against ACEP’s new ruling prohibiting incoming leaders from answering questions from non-ACEP publications.
How One EP Transformed Mental Health Admissions in Virginia
Debra Perina combined her experience as a coroner with her time leading an ED to challenge the establishment.
Removing the Helmet and Pads is Crucial to Treating Spinal Injuries from Football
Up to 25% of c-spine injuries from football collisions may be exacerbated by the poor removal of helmet and pads.
by Greg Henry, MD
The guns and butter debate is really over, I guess.
CDC Quarantine Map Shows that a U.S. Ebola Outbreak is Unlikely
Amid the worst outbreak of the Ebola virus in recorded history, there have been concerns that the disease could spread…
Trust is key
I get paid based on my productivity, but I don't trust that my company is paying me accurately.
The applications of bedside ultrasound have gone well beyond scanning the gallbladder . . . to the lungs?
Tintinalli Headlines & Holliman Assumes Presidency
On June 11, EPM Editor-in- Chief and renowned educator Judith Tintinalli took to the stage in Hong Kong to address…
When it comes to medical liability laws and culture, where you live matters.
Find out how your state stacks up against the other 49.
Medicare pays only about 20% of typical charges and radiation can be reduced by 90%.
The cost of a CT is actually quite nominal – the charge, however, is an entirely different matter.
At Loose Ends
It’s strange calling this a season finale, because it’s only been an 8-episode summer run, and nearly every episode has…
You’ve raised $81 million in investments and your physician membership now exceeds that of the AMA. What’s next?
If you're Doximity, it's time to dream big.
Newer Isn't Always Better
Studies show that the benefits of subcutaneous insulin over old fashioned IV insulin are marginal at best.
Forks! Strippers! Guns!
Once again, our characters are responding to the (frankly unbelievable) events unfolding around them, rather than driving the action.
Understanding the dangers of indiscriminate oxygenation in the ED setting
As with many things in medicine, dogma seems to overpower the evidence in this arena.
Pharmaceutical Ads, Government, and the Physician-Patient Relationship
Though it pains me to say it, this is one time where caveat emptor doesn’t apply.
New ruling prohibits would-be ACEP leaders from answering questions from non-ACEP publications.
Greg Henry seldom fails to deliver on a promise. But this time, it looks like it’s out of his control.
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