Annals of emergency medicine

(ISSN: 0196-0644, 1097-6760)

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From Annals of emergency medicine

2021 - 77 (1)

  • Classified 2021 Advertising Rates & Information: New value-added feature-your AD online at no additional cost! 
  • The Rock, Paper, Scissors Contest of "Surprise" Medical Billing: Nobody Wins, Patients Lose. 
  • Regulatory Challenges to Emergency Medicine Procedural Sedation. 
  • Elderly Woman With Cough, Fever, and Dyspnea. 
  • Elderly Woman with Chest Tightness and Short of Breath. 
  • Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Management of Adult Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Community-Acquired Pneumonia. 
  • Adolescent With Vomiting, Profound Weight Loss, and Chest Pain. 
  • A Young Adult Male with Oral and Genital Ulcers. 
  • Cover the Patients' Mouths While Obtaining Nasopharyngeal Specimens. 
  • Destigmatizing Naloxone: Associations of Perceived Availability on Opioid Use Patterns. 
  • A Walk-through COVID-19 Screening Station Can Preserve Personal Protective Equipment and Quickly Process Patients. 
  • Tainted Hand Sanitizer Leads to Outbreak of Methanol Toxicity During SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic. 
  • Marked Escalation in Journal Submissions During COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • Improving Speed of Cerebrospinal Fluid Collection Safely During Lumbar Punctures. 
  • Sleep Well, Endoscopist: January 2021 Annals of Emergency Medicine Journal Club. 
  • Repurposing Video Review Infrastructure for Clinical Resuscitation Care in the Age of COVID-19. 
  • Screening for Health-Related Social Needs of Emergency Department Patients. 
  • Emergence of Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Urinary Tract Infections Among Hospitalized Emergency Department Patients in the United States. 
  • Addressing the Urgent Need for Racial Diversification in Emergency Medicine. 
  • Distance From Freestanding Emergency Departments to Nearby Emergency Care. 
  • Improved Testing and Design of Intubation Boxes During the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  • The Three-Year Effect of Medicaid Expansion on Emergency Department Visits and Admissions. 
  • Oxygen Therapy and Risk of Infection for Health Care Workers Caring for Patients With Viral Severe Acute Respiratory Infection: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. 
  • National Institutes of Health Support for Clinical Emergency Care Research, 2015 to 2018. 
  • Normocellular Community-Acquired Bacterial Meningitis in Adults: A Nationwide Population-Based Case Series. 
  • Video or Telephone? A Natural Experiment on the Added Value of Video Communication in Community Paramedic Responses. 
  • The Effect of the Consent Process on Patient Satisfaction With Pain Management: A Randomized Controlled Trial. 
  • Sex Distribution of Editorial Board Members Among Emergency Medicine Journals. 

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