The branch of medicine concerned with the evaluation and initial treatment of urgent and emergent medical problems, such as those caused by accidents, trauma, sudden illness, poisoning, or disasters. Emergency medical care can be provided at the hospital or at sites outside the medical facility.
Hospital department responsible for the administration and provision of immediate medical or surgical care to the emergency patient.
Situations or conditions requiring immediate intervention to avoid serious adverse results.
Services specifically designed, staffed, and equipped for the emergency care of patients.
A way of providing emergency medical care that is guided by a thoughtful integration of the best available scientific knowledge with clinical expertise in EMERGENCY MEDICINE. This approach allows the practitioner to critically assess research data, clinical guidelines, and other information resources in order to correctly identify the clinical problem, apply the most high-quality intervention, and re-evaluate the outcome for future improvement.
Programs of training in medicine and medical specialties offered by hospitals for graduates of medicine to meet the requirements established by accrediting authorities.
First aid or other immediate intervention for accidents or medical conditions requiring immediate care and treatment before definitive medical and surgical management can be procured.
An approach of practicing medicine with the goal to improve and evaluate patient care. It requires the judicious integration of best research evidence with the patient's values to make decisions about medical care. This method is to help physicians make proper diagnosis, devise best testing plan, choose best treatment and methods of disease prevention, as well as develop guidelines for large groups of patients with the same disease. (from JAMA 296 (9), 2006)
Educational programs for medical graduates entering a specialty. They include formal specialty training as well as academic work in the clinical and basic medical sciences, and may lead to board certification or an advanced medical degree.
Process of applying for employment. It includes written application for employment or personal appearance.
The specialty or practice of nursing in the care of patients admitted to the emergency department.
Professional medical personnel approved to provide care to patients in a hospital.
The capability to perform acceptably those duties directly related to patient care.
A course of study offered by an educational institution.
The interactions between representatives of institutional departments.
Institutional funding for facilities and for equipment which becomes a part of the assets of the institution.
The art and science of studying, performing research on, preventing, diagnosing, and treating disease, as well as the maintenance of health.
The sorting out and classification of patients or casualties to determine priority of need and proper place of treatment.
A medical specialty concerned with maintaining health and providing medical care to children from birth to adolescence.
Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.
Societies whose membership is limited to physicians.
A medical discipline that is based on the philosophy that all body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health. This philosophy, developed in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, recognizes the concept of "wellness" and the importance of treating illness within the context of the whole body. Special attention is placed on the MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM.
Torn, ragged, mangled wounds.
Presentations of summary statements representing the majority agreement of physicians, scientists, and other professionals convening for the purpose of reaching a consensus--often with findings and recommendations--on a subject of interest. The Conference, consisting of participants representing the scientific and lay viewpoints, is a significant means of evaluating current medical thought and reflects the latest advances in research for the respective field being addressed.
Damage inflicted on the body as the direct or indirect result of an external force, with or without disruption of structural continuity.
Evaluation, planning, and use of a range of procedures and airway devices for the maintenance or restoration of a patient's ventilation.
Attitudes of personnel toward their patients, other professionals, toward the medical care system, etc.
Selection of a type of occupation or profession.
Stipends or grants-in-aid granted by foundations or institutions to individuals for study.
A system of traditional medicine which is based on the beliefs and practices of the Chinese culture.
Accidental or deliberate use of a medication or street drug in excess of normal dosage.
A procedure involving placement of a tube into the trachea through the mouth or nose in order to provide a patient with oxygen and anesthesia.
The largest country in North America, comprising 10 provinces and three territories. Its capital is Ottawa.
Laboratory and other services provided to patients at the bedside. These include diagnostic and laboratory testing using automated information entry.
The assessing of academic or educational achievement. It includes all aspects of testing and test construction.
Individuals referred to for expert or professional advice or services.
Use for general articles concerning medical education.
Undergraduate education programs for second- , third- , and fourth-year students in health sciences in which the students receive clinical training and experience in teaching hospitals or affiliated health centers.
Created as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes in 1918. Yugoslavia became the official name in 1929. BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA; CROATIA; and SLOVENIA formed independent countries 7 April 1992. Macedonia became independent 8 February 1994 as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (MACEDONIA REPUBLIC).
An occupation limited in scope to a subsection of a broader field.
A province of Canada lying between the provinces of Manitoba and Quebec. Its capital is Toronto. It takes its name from Lake Ontario which is said to represent the Iroquois oniatariio, beautiful lake. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p892 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p391)
"The business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature" (Webster's 3d). It includes the publisher, publication processes, editing and editors. Production may be by conventional printing methods or by electronic publishing.
Therapeutic approach tailoring therapy for genetically defined subgroups of patients.
An iterative questionnaire designed to measure consensus among individual responses. In the classic Delphi approach, there is no interaction between responder and interviewer.
Compliance with a set of standards defined by non-governmental organizations. Certification is applied for by individuals on a voluntary basis and represents a professional status when achieved, e.g., certification for a medical specialty.
Individuals licensed to practice medicine.
Medical complexes consisting of medical school, hospitals, clinics, libraries, administrative facilities, etc.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
Educational programs designed to inform physicians of recent advances in their field.
Health services, public or private, in rural areas. The services include the promotion of health and the delivery of health care.
Procedures outlined for the care of casualties and the maintenance of services in disasters.
An international agreement of the World Medical Association which offers guidelines for conducting experiments using human subjects. It was adopted in 1962 and revised by the 18th World Medical Assembly at Helsinki, Finland in 1964. Subsequent revisions were made in 1975, 1983, 1989, and 1996. (From Encyclopedia of Bioethics, rev ed, 1995)
The educational process of instructing.
A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
A medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the internal organ systems of adults.
The restoration to life or consciousness of one apparently dead. (Dorland, 27th ed)
Theoretical models which propose methods of learning or teaching as a basis or adjunct to changes in attitude or behavior. These educational interventions are usually applied in the fields of health and patient education but are not restricted to patient care.
Physicians who serve in a medical and administrative capacity as head of an organized medical staff and who also may serve as liaison for the medical staff with the administration and governing board.
Statistical measures of utilization and other aspects of the provision of health care services including hospitalization and ambulatory care.
A specialty field of radiology concerned with diagnostic, therapeutic, and investigative use of radioactive compounds in a pharmaceutical form.
International organizations which provide health-related or other cooperative services.
Systems of medicine based on cultural beliefs and practices handed down from generation to generation. The concept includes mystical and magical rituals (SPIRITUAL THERAPIES); PHYTOTHERAPY; and other treatments which may not be explained by modern medicine.
System of herbal medicine practiced in Japan by both herbalists and practitioners of modern medicine. Kampo originated in China and is based on Chinese herbal medicine (MEDICINE, CHINESE TRADITIONAL).
Organized services to provide immediate psychiatric care to patients with acute psychological disturbances.
Senior professionals who provide guidance, direction and support to those persons desirous of improvement in academic positions, administrative positions or other career development situations.
The visualization of deep structures of the body by recording the reflections or echoes of ultrasonic pulses directed into the tissues. Use of ultrasound for imaging or diagnostic purposes employs frequencies ranging from 1.6 to 10 megahertz.
Injuries caused by impact with a blunt object where there is no penetration of the skin.
The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in a medical school.
The process of accepting patients. The concept includes patients accepted for medical and nursing care in a hospital or other health care institution.
Tapping fluid from the subarachnoid space in the lumbar region, usually between the third and fourth lumbar vertebrae.
A specialty concerned with the study of anesthetics and anesthesia.
The capability to perform the duties of one's profession generally, or to perform a particular professional task, with skill of an acceptable quality.
Studies used to test etiologic hypotheses in which inferences about an exposure to putative causal factors are derived from data relating to characteristics of persons under study or to events or experiences in their past. The essential feature is that some of the persons under study have the disease or outcome of interest and their characteristics are compared with those of unaffected persons.
General or unspecified injuries involving organs in the abdominal cavity.
Observation of a population for a sufficient number of persons over a sufficient number of years to generate incidence or mortality rates subsequent to the selection of the study group.
Hospital department responsible for the receiving, storing, and distribution of pharmaceutical supplies.
Systematic gathering of data for a particular purpose from various sources, including questionnaires, interviews, observation, existing records, and electronic devices. The process is usually preliminary to statistical analysis of the data.
Paramedical personnel trained to provide basic emergency care and life support under the supervision of physicians and/or nurses. These services may be carried out at the site of the emergency, in the ambulance, or in a health care institution.
A medical specialty concerned with the provision of continuing, comprehensive primary health care for the entire family.
Agents counteracting or neutralizing the action of POISONS.
Requirements for the selection of students for admission to academic institutions.
General or unspecified injuries to the chest area.
Hospitals engaged in educational and research programs, as well as providing medical care to the patients.
Sensation of discomfort, distress, or agony in the abdominal region.
The use of statistical methods in the analysis of a body of literature to reveal the historical development of subject fields and patterns of authorship, publication, and use. Formerly called statistical bibliography. (from The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The use of communication systems, such as telecommunication, to transmit emergency information to appropriate providers of health services.
Patterns of practice related to diagnosis and treatment as especially influenced by cost of the service requested and provided.
The smallest continent and an independent country, comprising six states and two territories. Its capital is Canberra.
The function of directing or controlling the actions or attitudes of an individual or group with more or less willing acquiescence of the followers.
The study and practice of medicine by direct examination of the patient.
Care of patients by a multidisciplinary team usually organized under the leadership of a physician; each member of the team has specific responsibilities and the whole team contributes to the care of the patient.
A systematic statement of policy rules or principles. Guidelines may be developed by government agencies at any level, institutions, professional societies, governing boards, or by convening expert panels. The text may be cursive or in outline form but is generally a comprehensive guide to problems and approaches in any field of activity. For guidelines in the field of health care and clinical medicine, PRACTICE GUIDELINES AS TOPIC is available.
The process of formulating, improving, and expanding educational, managerial, or service-oriented work plans (excluding computer program development).
Directions or principles presenting current or future rules of policy for assisting health care practitioners in patient care decisions regarding diagnosis, therapy, or related clinical circumstances. The guidelines may be developed by government agencies at any level, institutions, professional societies, governing boards, or by the convening of expert panels. The guidelines form a basis for the evaluation of all aspects of health care and delivery.
Chinese herbal or plant extracts which are used as drugs to treat diseases or promote general well-being. The concept does not include synthesized compounds manufactured in China.
A field of medicine concerned with developing and using strategies aimed at repair or replacement of damaged, diseased, or metabolically deficient organs, tissues, and cells via TISSUE ENGINEERING; CELL TRANSPLANTATION; and ARTIFICIAL ORGANS and BIOARTIFICIAL ORGANS and tissues.

Emergency medical training for dental students. (1/534)

Twenty-four of the thirty-two German universities that have dental schools replied to a questionnaire survey that showed that all the schools responding held lectures on the topic "Medical Emergencies" although this is not mandatory for registration. All of the universities in the former East Germany also offered practical training sessions as part of the curriculum. The proportion of West German universities offering such courses is only 60%. The basic essentials of the theory and practice of emergency medicine should only be taught in courses with mandatory participation.  (+info)

An audit of emergency abdominal aortic aneurysm repair to establish the necessity for an emergency vascular surgical rota. (2/534)

Mortality for emergency abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair remains high but results of specialist vascular surgeons are superior to those of general surgeons. A retrospective audit was performed on all patients undergoing emergency AAA repair over 53 months at one hospital to determine the necessity for a vascular specialist on-call rota. Patients were stratified into two groups, those treated by specialist vascular surgeons and those treated by general surgeons. There were 37 patients in the vascular surgeon group and 36 in the general surgeon group. There was no significant difference between the two groups when age, sex distribution, APACHE II score on admission, pre-operative delay and type of rupture were considered. The average operating time was 114.7 min in the vascular surgeon group and 111.9 min in the general surgeon group. Total blood transfusion requirements, and postoperative duration of ventilation, inotrope therapy and intensive treatment unit stay were similar in the two groups. Intra-operative, 30-day and cumulative hospital mortalities were 10.8% versus 8.3%, 32.4% versus 38.9% and 40.5% versus 38.9% in the vascular surgeon and general surgeon groups, respectively. The mortality figures compare favourably with other published series. As the results of the two groups were similar, there is currently no need for vascular surgeons to be routinely available for acute AAA surgery at our hospital.  (+info)

Should UK emergency physicians undertake diagnostic ultrasound examinations? (3/534)

From the published evidence there is no doubt that emergency physicians in America can undertake focused ultrasound examinations and that, by extrapolation, this would also be the case for UK emergency physicians. If this skill is to become part of the diagnostic armamentarium of the emergency physician, however, it needs to be demonstrated to be cost effective compared with the alternatives already available to the hospital. Trials to test for this benefit should adopt a hospital and not an emergency department perspective if the results are to influence health policy and specialty training.  (+info)

Prospective survey to verify the Ottawa ankle rules. (4/534)

OBJECTIVE: To determine if the Ottawa ankle rules are valid in the setting of an urban teaching hospital in the UK. DESIGN: A prospective survey. SETTING: Accident and emergency department, Western Infirmary, Glasgow from 1 April 1995 to 31 August 1995. SUBJECTS: 800 patients with an acute ankle injury. RESULTS: 800 patients were used for analysis of which 584 (73%) were radiographed; 70 (12%) had fractures, 63 (10.8%) of which were significant. Four of these patients with fractures fulfilled none of the Ottawa ankle rules criteria for plain radiography. CONCLUSION: Application of the Ottawa ankle rules to this group of patients would have produced a sensitivity of 93.6%. Although useful, decision rules should be used with care and not replace clinical judgment and experience.  (+info)

Training and supervision needs and experience: a longitudinal, cross-sectional survey of accident and emergency department senior house officers. (5/534)

The aim of this study was to investigate senior house officers' (SHOs) perceptions about their training needs, satisfaction with teaching and supervision, and the relationship this has with psychological distress levels. All 171 SHOs employed within 27 accident and emergency (A&E) departments in the South Thames region were sent questionnaires at the start of their attachments in A&E, at the end of months four and six. The questionnaires asked SHOs to rate on visual analogue scales their perceived need for further training for 23 clinical and practical activities relevant to A&E practice. At the end of the fourth month SHOs were asked to indicate who had provided them with the most valuable teaching and supervision, indicate their satisfaction levels with training received, and suggest ways to improve teaching and supervision. SHOs' psychological distress levels were measured in all three questionnaires. Overall, satisfaction with supervision and training was mixed. SHOs perceived greatest need for further training in areas encountered less frequently in A&E. Registrars were the most valued providers of supervision and teaching. Increased numbers of middle grade staff and protected study time were suggested as ways to improve supervision and teaching. SHOs with higher scores for training need at the end of their attachment in A&E expressed significantly less satisfaction with training and higher psychological distress levels. The variation between SHOs' perceptions of training needs indicates the importance of tailoring training and supervision to individual requirements.  (+info)

Medical cover at Scottish football matches: have the recommendations of the Gibson Report been met? (6/534)

OBJECTIVES: To determine if doctors providing medical care at Scottish football stadiums meet the standards recommended by the Gibson Report. METHODS: A postal questionnaire and telephone follow up of doctors involved with the 40 Scottish League teams. RESULTS: 47% of the doctors had not attended any relevant resuscitation courses and 72% had no training in major incident management. CONCLUSIONS: The recommendations of the Gibson Report with regard to medical cover at football stadiums have not been fully implemented in Scotland.  (+info)

Management of major trauma: changes required for improvement. (7/534)

AIMS: To describe the views of key healthcare professionals on the changes they considered to be important in the reduction of major trauma mortality between 1988 and 1995 in Leeds. METHODS: Qualitative unstructured interviews with a purposive sample of 10 healthcare professionals deemed to be key personnel by an experienced consultant who had provided acute trauma care throughout the relevant period. Each interview was tape recorded and transcribed; each transcript was analysed for important themes by two independent researchers who then discussed their results to resolve any differences in interpretation. RESULTS: Three categories of change became evident: "policy", "infrastructure", and "philosophy of care". Each of these categories seemed to be equally important. Policy changes identified as important were the Royal College of Surgeons of England's report into trauma care (1988), the setting of standards for paramedic training, and the national audit of major trauma outcomes. Important infrastructure changes identified were training in advanced trauma life support, decreased ambulance response times, reorganisation towards "consultant led" hospital services, and an emphasis on quality monitoring. Changes in philosophy of care were increases in levels of teamwork, commitment, communication, and confidence. Together these facilitated an overall restructuring and refocusing of care. CONCLUSIONS: No individual change is seen as dominant for improved care, but rather a strategic mixture of facilitating national and regional policy guidance, organisational restructuring, and congruent professional attitudes were integral components leading to the observed changes. Improving outcomes in other areas is likely to involve an integrated series of changes which must be managed as a total system.  (+info)

Data quality and the electronic medical record: a role for direct parental data entry. (8/534)

INTRODUCTION: The paper and electronic medical record (EMR) have evolved with little scientific inquiry into what effect the informant (clinician or patient) has on the validity of the recorded information. We have previously reported on an electronic interview program that facilitated parents' direct reporting of past medical history data. We sought to define additional data elements that parents could report electronically and to compare parents' electronically entered data to that charted by physicians using the current EMR system. METHODS: A convenience sample of parents was recruited to enter data on history of present illness (HPI) and review of systems (ROS) elements using an electronic interview. Data from the electronic parental interview and information abstracted from the physician EMR were compared to data derived from a face-to-face criterion standard interview. Validity, sensitivity and specificity of each mode of data entry were calculated. RESULTS: 100 of 140 eligible parents (71.4%) participated. Validity of information from the electronic interview was comparable to that charted by emergency physicians for HPI regarding fever and ROS questions. Sensitivity of parents' electronic interview was superior to physicians' charting for ROS elements specific to hydration status. CONCLUSIONS: Improved sensitivity for detection of historical risk factors for illness can be achieved by augmenting the pediatric EMR with a section for direct parental direct data input. Direct parental data input to the EMR should be considered to improve the quality of documentation for medical histories.  (+info)

IntroductionDependence of ultrasonography on the operator’s skill plays a major role in the differences between various studies in reporting its diagnostic accuracy. Therefore, the present study was done with the aim of comparing the ultrasonography findings performed by emergency medicine resident and radiologist in evaluation of acute cholecystitis.MethodsThe present diagnostic accuracy study has been carried out on patients presenting to the emergency department with complaint of pain in the right upper quadrant of abdomen suspected with acute cholecystitis. All the patients underwent gallbladder ultrasonography by a trained emergency medicine resident and a radiologist and their findings were compared with surgical and pathology findings regarding gallstone and increased gallbladder wall thickness.Results51 patients with the mean age of 42.3±15.8 (17-81) years were analyzed (82.4% female). The overall agreement between emergency medicine resident and radiologist in ultrasonographic
Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant salaries at TeamHealth can range from $66-$87. This estimate is based upon 2 TeamHealth Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. See all Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant salaries to learn how this stacks up in the market. ...
1. National Resident Matching Program, Results and Data: 2016 Main Residency Match®. National Resident Matching Program Website. Available at: Accessed February 2, 2017.. 2. Hayden SR, Hayden M, Gamst A. What characteristics of applicants to emergency medicine residency programs predict future success as an emergency medicine resident?. Acad Emerg Med. 2005;12(3):206-10.. 3. Breyer MJ, Sadosty A, Biros M. Factors Affecting Candidate Placement on an Emergency Medicine Residency Programs Rank Order List. West J Emerg Med. 2012;13(6):458-62.. 4. Green M, Jones P, Thomas JX. Selection criteria for residency: results of a national program directors survey. Acad Med. 2009;84(3):362-7.. 5. Katz ED, Shockley L, Kass L, et al. Identifying inaccuracies on emergency medicine residency applications. BMC Med Educ. 2005;5:30.. 6. Crane JT, Ferraro CM. Selection criteria for emergency medicine residency applicants. Acad ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Assessment of a human cadaver model for training emergency medicine residents in the ultrasound diagnosis of pneumothorax. AU - Adhikari, Srikar. AU - Zeger, Wesley G. AU - Wadman, Michael Charles. AU - Walker, Richard. AU - Lomneth, Carol. PY - 2014. Y1 - 2014. N2 - Objectives. To assess a human cadaver model for training emergency medicine residents in the ultrasound diagnosis of pneumothorax. Methods. Single-blinded observational study using a human cadaveric model at an academic medical center. Three lightly embalmed cadavers were used to create three normal lungs and three lungs modeling a pneumothorax. The residents were blinded to the side and number of pneumothoraces, as well as to each others findings. Each resident performed an ultrasound examination on all six lung models during ventilation of cadavers. They were evaluated on their ability to identify the presence or absence of the sliding-lung sign and seashore sign. Results. A total of 84 ultrasound examinations ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Point-of-care ultrasonography by pediatric emergency medicine physicians. AU - Shook, Joan E.. AU - Ackerman, Alice D.. AU - Chun, Thomas H.. AU - Conners, Gregory P.. AU - Dudley, Nanette C.. AU - Fuchs, Susan M.. AU - Gorelick, Marc H.. AU - Lane, Natalie E.. AU - Moore, Brian R.. AU - Wright, Joseph L.. AU - Bird, Steven B.. AU - Blomkalns, Andra L.. AU - Carmody, Kristin. AU - Clem, Kathleen J.. AU - Courtney, D. Mark. AU - Diercks, Deborah B.. AU - Fields, Matthew. AU - Hockberger, Robert S.. AU - Holmes, James F.. AU - Hudak, Lauren. AU - Jones, Alan E.. AU - Kaji, Amy H.. AU - Martin, Ian B K. AU - Moore, Christopher. AU - Panebianco, Nova. AU - Benjamin, Lee S.. AU - Barata, Isabel A.. AU - Alade, Kiyetta. AU - Arms, Joseph. AU - Avarello, Jahn T.. AU - Baldwin, Steven. AU - Brown, Kathleen. AU - Cantor, Richard M.. AU - Cohen, Ariel. AU - Dietrich, Ann Marie. AU - Eakin, Paul J.. AU - Gausche-Hill, Marianne. AU - Gerardi, Michael. AU - Graham, Charles J.. AU - Holtzman, ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Point-of-care ultrasonography by Pediatric Emergency medicine physicians. AU - Marin, Jennifer R.. AU - Lewiss, Resa E.. AU - Shook, Joan E.. AU - Ackerman, Alice D.. AU - Chun, Thomas H.. AU - Conners, Gregory P.. AU - Dudley, Nanette C.. AU - Fuchs, Susan M.. AU - Gorelick, Marc H.. AU - Lane, Natalie E.. AU - Moore, Brian R.. AU - Wright, Joseph L.. AU - Bird, Steven B.. AU - Blomkalns, Andra L.. AU - Carmody, Kristin. AU - Clem, Kathleen J.. AU - Courtney, D. Mark. AU - Diercks, Deborah B.. AU - Fields, Matthew. AU - Hockberger, Robert S.. AU - Holmes, James F.. AU - Hudak, Lauren. AU - Jones, Alan E.. AU - Kaji, Amy H.. AU - Martin, Ian B K. AU - Moore, Christopher. AU - Panebianco, Nova. AU - Benjamin, Lee S.. AU - Barata, Isabel A.. AU - Alade, Kiyetta. AU - Arms, Joseph. AU - Avarello, Jahn T.. AU - Baldwin, Steven. AU - Brown, Kathleen. AU - Cantor, Richard M.. AU - Cohen, Ariel. AU - Dietrich, Ann Marie. AU - Eakin, Paul J.. AU - Gausche-Hill, Marianne. AU - Gerardi, ...
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Originally approved September 2016 by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM), Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD), Emergency Medicine Residents Association (EMRA), Residency Review Committee for Emergency Medicine (RRC-EM), Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM). ...
The Emergency Medicine Residency Program offers a wide range of care and training environments: Suburban/community hospital settings at the Bedford and Richmond medical centers; urban/tertiary training at University Hospitals main campus, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center; a rural initiative with selective rotations at our critical access hospitals, UH Conneaut and Geneva medical centers; and rotations at UH Geauga Medical Center with its blend of a suburban and rural patient populations. Residents also experience full access to the UH EMS Training & Disaster Preparedness Institute. The Department of Medical Educations partnership with Akron Childrens Hospital provides learners with outstanding exposure to caring for a pediatric population in an Emergency Medicine setting. The program is open to 16 Emergency Medicine residents in a 4-4-4-4 structure. Our unique dual-campus model provides a diverse didactic and clinical training experience, with exposure to dramatically different ...
Andrea Coker Hearnsberger, M.D., recently joined Washington Regional Medical Center as an emergency medicine physician. Dr. Hearnsberger earned her medical degree at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and completed an emergency medicine residency at the University of Texas Dell Medical School. She is a member of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians and the American Medical Association.
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana is a well-established department that sees 75,000+ visits/year as a tertiary referral center for the larger Ochsner Health System. The department welcomed its first class of Emergency Medicine Residents in 2020 and also has seen continued rapid growth in the clinical enterprise. The department is in search of American Board of Emergency Medicine or American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine certified/eligible physicians, preferably with fellowship/additional niche training, who can further grow the diversity of excellence within the academic department. Interested applicants should send Cover Letter / Curriculum Vitae to the Department Chair, Nicole McCoin, MD, at [email protected] Apply HERE. Ochsner Health System is Louisianas largest non-profit, academic, multi-specialty, healthcare delivery system with 30 owned, managed and affiliated hospitals and more than 60 health centers. Ochsner ...
The curriculum consists of a wide variety of rotations to ensure a complete range of training that is required of a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician. The year is divided into 13 blocks, each consisting of four weeks. Attached is an outline of the curriculums. Graduates of pediatric residencies will require a three-year program, and graduates of emergency medicine residencies will require a two-year program.. ...
Emergency medicines historical role as an agent of change was the keynote presentation at North York General Hospitals 20th Emergency Medicine Update Conference. The largest event of its kind, the 20th anniversary brought together physicians for state-of-the-art patient simulations, interactive workshops and video-conferenced sessions to urban and rural Canada. Emergency Medicine Update is one of the best CME events in the world, said Dr. Letovsky, renowned emergency medicine leader, educator and chief of Emergency Medicine at Credit Valley Hospital. High caliber CME events like these help us create a cohesive community so we remain responsive to changing needs and superb practitioners. Dr. Letovsky highlighted how far the specialty of emergency medicine has come, and its current challenges. He characterized the progress in emergency medicine as moving from the Age of Chicken Little to the Age of Advocacy. According to Dr. Letovsky, the strength of emergency medicines culture lies in ...
Events - Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Emergent and Urgent Challenges - Hyatt Sarasota on Sarasota Bay - Sarasota - Florida - United States - United States - Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Emergent and Urgent Challenges\r\nNovember 11-15, 2013 (8:00am-12:15pm)\r\nMeeting Site: Sarasota, FL\r\nSponsor/Certification: American Medical Seminars, Inc. designates these live activities for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.\r\nDaily Outline:\r\nDay 1 Approach to Febrile Infants and Toddlers. Orthopedic Conditions Above the Hip. Acute Management of Asthma. Upper Airway Emergencies in the Pediatric Patient.Day 2 Non-Traumatic Surgical Abdominal Emergencies.Head Injuries. Pediatric Seizures - I. Status Epilepticus II. Febrile Seizures. Pediatric Emergency Case Studies.Day 3 Diagnosis and Misdiagnosis of Appendicitis in Childhood. The Child with a Limp. Medical Errors in Pediatrics. Visual
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship training program prepares physicians to be future leaders in the field of pediatric emergency medicine.
The Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship is a non-ACGME accredited, one-year program sponsored by the Department of Emergency Medicine and our Emergency Medicine Residency. The Fellowship Program Director, Dr. Benjamin Smith, is an Emergency Medicine Trained Core Faculty member.. Applicants must be graduates from an accredited Emergency Medicine Residency by the time the fellowship begins.. ...
Emergency Medicine Opportunity - Rural Pennsylvania. $25,000 Starting Bonus and Loan Repayment. St. Lukes Hospital - Miners Campus is recruiting for full-time Emergency Medicine physicians to be an integral part of our successful physician team. The hospital is a fully accredited, not-for-profit, 45-bed acute care hospital located in Coaldale, Pennsylvania in Schuylkill County. It boasts a state of the art 14-bed Emergency Department and is on pace to treat more than 18,000 patients per year and is the first certified Level IV Trauma Center in Pennsylvania.. We possess our own full-time 24/7 EMS transport team who work alongside our very experienced and patient focused nursing team. Candidate must be ABEM board certified. 32 hours of physician coverage daily (12 and 8 hour shifts) with 10 hours of PA coverage. Supported by state of the art radiology.. This employed position offer:. ...
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The Department of Emergency Medicine will conduct weekly Residency Conference educational series for the 2014-15 training year. Residency Conference is a didactic requirement for the Emergency Medicine Residency program, per ACGME regulations. ...
Thank you for taking a moment to learn more about our program and our philosophy. Our 3-year, ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine residency training program has trained graduates since 1982.. Located in the heart of Center City, Philadelphia, the Department of Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals serves a diverse patient population. As a quaternary, urban academic health center, we are a Level-1 trauma-receiving hospital, a regional spinal cord center, with both stroke and STEMI accreditations.. Our residents receive the bulk of their clinical training at Jefferson by directly working with our phenomenal faculty group. Our faculty represent local, regional and national leaders in our specialty. To further refine their training, our residents rotate through several clinical training sites, including three pediatric hospitals (the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, and St. Christophers Hospital for Children), as well as four ...
Ari Cohen is the Chief of Pediatric Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He has filled this position since 2009. Dr. Cohen holds an appointment at the Harvard Medical School and serves as a medical officer for MA-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) in the National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) in the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).. Dr. Cohen is an active researcher in pediatric emergency medicine and lectures nationally and internationally on topics involving pediatric respiratory disease, head trauma and suicide. He has participated in the medical response for both the Boston and NYC Marathons. Dr. Cohen completed his undergraduate studies in Biology and attended medical school at the University of Chicago, and completed his pediatric residency and pediatric chief residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. He completed a pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Boston Childrens Hospital. ...
As of 2016, AAEM has over 8,000 members. AAEM works cooperatively alongside the American College of Emergency Physicians and the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians when the interests of emergency medicine call for a united front. Active membership is open to all physicians who have completed an emergency medicine residency approved by either the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or American Osteopathic Association. The association is also affiliated with the American Academy of Emergency Medicine/Resident and Student Association. Fellows use the post-nominal letters FAAEM. ...
Jerri A. Rose, MD, FAAP, is a pediatric emergency medicine physician in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Childrens Hospital. She is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Dr. Rose in board certified in both pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine. She is a certified instructor for the pediatric life-saving and advanced trauma life-saving courses and teaches these courses on a regular basis at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. Her special interests include medical education, injury prevention, pediatric emergency medicine and child health advocacy. Dr. Rose earned her undergraduate degree from East Tennessee State University. She earned her medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, Tenn., where she was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. She completed her residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in pediatric emergency ...
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The Emergency Medicine Journal, formerly the Journal of Accident & Emergency Medicine, is a leading international journal of developments and advances in emergency medicine. The Journal of Accident & Emergency Medicine has been renamed the Emergency Medicine Journal to more closely reflect advances in the specialty. It represents all specialties involved in emergency care in the hospital environment. The journal acts as a forum for education, research, and debate on all aspects of emergency medicine. Papers include original research of a high scientific standard. In addition there are review articles, short reports, case reports and occasional series dealing with specific aspects of emergency care.. ...
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Events - Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks for Emergency Medicine - Renaissance St. Petersberg - St Petersburg - Florida - United States - United States - Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks for Emergency Medicine Training Course is designed for medical professionals seeking to integrate ultrasound-guided nerve block techniques into their emergency or critical care practice. These courses are taught at our facility in St. Petersburg, Florida by leading emergency medicine ultrasound experts that specialize in Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks for Emergency Medicine that incorporate comprehensive lectures covering upper and lower extremity blocks and interactive case presentations with an Audience Response System that features a 3:1 faculty to participant hands-on scan ratio with live models and phantoms. All participants will immediately be able to implement skills learned into clinical practice and see an increase in diagnostic skills and scanning proficiency. - Keynote speaker - April 2019 - April 2019
2016. Graham CA. Upheaval in Europe. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016 Oct 1;23:319. doi: 10.1097/MEJ.0000000000000423.. Graham CA. Continuing challenges: migrants, terrorism, weather and Zika. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016 Apr 1;23(2):79. doi: 10.1097/MEJ.0000000000000384. No abstract available.. Graham CA. Emergency medicine: this is what we do. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016 Feb 1;23(1):1. doi: 10.1097/MEJ.0000000000000363. 2015. Graham CA. The changing face of emergency medicine. Eur J Emerg Med. 2015 Jun;22(3):149. doi: 10.1097/MEJ.0000000000000276. [Abstract]. Graham CA. Emergency department intensive care units-Does the evidence support this model of care? J Crit Care. 2015 Jun;30(3):643. doi: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2015.03.011. Epub 2015 Mar 18. [Abstract]. Graham CA. Emergency medicine in Europe: looking forward to 2015. Eur J Emerg Med. 2015 Feb;22(1):1. doi: 10.1097/MEJ.0000000000000238. [Abstract]. Graham CA. The annual winter surge - why are we so ...
St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital - Mercy Health offers a comprehensive curriculum for its emergency medicine residency program in Youngstown, OH. Learn more residents rotations and core curriculum for this program.
1. Greenberg MR, Safdar B, Choo EK, et al. Future directions in sex- and gender-specific emergency medicine. Acad Emerg Med. 2014;21(12):1339-42.. 2. McGregor AJ, Greenberg M, Safdar B, et al. Focusing a gender lens on emergency medicine research: 2012 update. Acad Emerg Med. 2013;20(3):313-20.. 3. Reis SE, Holubkov R, Conrad Smith AJ, et al. Coronary microvascular dysfunction is highly prevalent in women with chest pain in the absence of coronary artery disease: results from the NHLBI WISE study. Am Heart J. 2001;141(5):735-41.. 4. Eggers KM, Johnston N, James S, et al. Cardiac troponin I levels in patients with non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome-the importance of gender. Am Heart J. 2014;168(3):317-324.e311.. 5. Greenblatt DJ, Harmatz JS, Singh NN, et al. Gender differences in pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of zolpidem following sublingual administration. J Clin Pharmacol. 2014;54(3):282-90.. 6. Hoymork SC, Raeder J. Why do women wake up faster than men from propofol anaesthesia?. ...
The division of Emergency Medicine was formed in 2001, but Emergency Medicine only became recognised as a speciality by the Health Professions Council of South Africa in March 2003. In May 2003 the College of Emergency Medicine was founded by the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa. As the first division to develop, the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University became the first South African universities to offer a joint Master of Medicine (MMed) degree in Emergency Medicine, and the first registrars started in their posts in January 2004.. The Division is committed to the education and training of specialist registrars who are supported by a formal academic programme, a mentoring programme, an ongoing evaluation system and final examination preparation support. Undergraduate students at both universities are exposed to emergency medicine teaching. Emergency ultrasound proficiency has become a requirement for the final exit examination and an emergency ultrasound rotation has been ...
Dr. Benjamin A. White, an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School. He then completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Harvard Affiliate Emergency Medicine Residency Program (HAEMR) at Brigham and Womens Hospital and MGH, where he was Chief Resident in his final year. Dr. White completed a clinical fellowship in medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is also an instructor in surgery at Harvard Medical School.. Dr. White serves as the Assistant Director of the MGH Emergency Department Operations Committee. Dr. White has an interest in emergency department systems engineering, and has developed new methods to deliver emergency care more efficiently with less cost. He is also interested in using process improvement methodologies (LEAN, Six Sigma) to enhance the efficiency of the Emergency Department. Dr. White has lectured for the residents of Emergency Medicine at both MGH and Brigham and ...
A case-based emergency medicine review co-published with the American College of Emergency Physicians More than 800+ case based Q&A make this the book you need to pass the exam! Co-published with the American College of Emergency Physicians, McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review: Emergency Medicine delivers more than 800 case-based questions and answers. All answer options, both correct and incorrect, are key to Tintinallis Emergency Medicine, 7e, the fields most authoritative and trusted text. This is an outstanding review for any examination in emergency medicine and can also be used as a clinical refresher. The Second Edition features: NEW interactive CD-ROM that simulates the exam-taking experience EKGs, radiographs, and clinical images to sharpen diagnostic skills Detailed explanations for each answer The content you need to ace any emergency medicine exam: Continuous Certification; Administration, Ethics and Lethal Aspects; Anesthesia and Analgesia; Cardiologic Emergencies; Dermatologic ...
Pre-hospital medicine offers unique opportunities to an EM physician, and EMS training complements the emergency medicine curriculum. You dont have to become an EMS fellow to appreciate that an understanding of what happens outside of the hospital translates to better care within the hospital. While it can be easy to oversimplify the role of EMS providers, there are some points worth considering, and if we take time to learn from the pre-hospital setting, our careers in emergency medicine will be better for it.. Clinical skills. Emergency medicine and pre-hospital medicine are complementary fields. Basic history taking and physical exam skills are the foundation for clinical decisions in both lines of work. Outside of the hospital, there is limited access to diagnostic tools, necessitating the need to trust what you see and hear. In these situations it becomes more important for the clinician to acknowledge abnormal findings quickly, and to trust clinical instincts, something we rely upon in ...
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) fellowship program at Maimonides is the 1st accredited PEM fellowship in Brooklyn. Fellows spend dedicated time for the first 2 years working in small groups with the emergency ultrasound faculty and fellows. Other opportunities include developing your procedure and sedation skills, learning bedside ultrasound, simulation, teaching at resident conferences, and joining a quality improve… Our program strives to provide the best educational experience in an environment that assures a balance between academic and clinical activities. Valet parking services are available at this location., This location provides telehealth services, Milk donation location for the Mothers Milk Bank of South Carolina For additional information, contact Dr. Andrea Summer at [email protected], Sign up to learn about news and upcoming events, Petition Process for Students (Requesting Travel to Countries Under Warning/Restrictions), International SOS/MUSC Global Assistance Program, ...
The recent changes in emergency medicine training have left me concerned at the lack of simple surgical skills that a fully trained doctor in the emergency department can expect to accumulate. Acute care common stem (ACCS) training provides limited opportunities for formal teaching in surgical techniques. Emergency medicine is the only component of ACCS that will provide any exposure to acute wounds and the surgical techniques used in their management.. With emergency departments becoming increasingly busy and the 4-hour target ruling all, it can be argued that the more senior doctors in the department have very limited time for teaching simple skills like suturing. A crystal ball … ...
To date, most candidates entering a PEM fellowship have had primary residency training in pediatrics, but now most available fellowships are accepting and actively interested in training EM residency graduates. The career opportunities for EM/PEM trained individuals are many and include academic and clinical positions. Most academic positions are located within tertiary care childrens hospitals but are often affiliated with EM residency programs. In addition, many EM residency training sites see patients of all ages in their EDs; therefore there is a need for EM/PEM trained EM faculty. Dual academic appointments in Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics are often possible. Many community hospitals have recently created pediatric specialty EDs within their larger EDs and are actively seeking EM/PEM trained individuals. Such a person can be an invaluable resource for a private EM group as well. ...
The European Journal of Emergency Medicine is the official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine. It is devoted to serving the European emergency medicine community and to promoting European standards of training, diagnosis and care in this rapidly growing field. Published bimonthly, the Journal offers original papers on all aspects of acute injury and sudden illness, including: emergency medicine, anaesthesiology, cardiology, disaster medicine, intensive care, internal medicine, orthopaedics, paediatrics, toxicology and trauma care. It addresses issues on the organization of emergency services in hospitals and in the community and examines postgraduate training from European and global perspectives. The Journal also publishes papers focusing on the different models of emergency healthcare delivery in Europe and beyond. With a multidisciplinary approach, the European Journal of Emergency Medicine publishes scientific research, topical reviews, news of meetings and events of interest to
The European Journal of Emergency Medicine is the official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine. It is devoted to serving the European emergency medicine community and to promoting European standards of training, diagnosis and care in this rapidly growing field. Published bimonthly, the Journal offers original papers on all aspects of acute injury and sudden illness, including: emergency medicine, anaesthesiology, cardiology, disaster medicine, intensive care, internal medicine, orthopaedics, paediatrics, toxicology and trauma care. It addresses issues on the organization of emergency services in hospitals and in the community and examines postgraduate training from European and global perspectives. The Journal also publishes papers focusing on the different models of emergency healthcare delivery in Europe and beyond. With a multidisciplinary approach, the European Journal of Emergency Medicine publishes scientific research, topical reviews, news of meetings and events of interest to
Today, 96 percent of surveyed emergency medicine programs across the United States and Canada train residents without using animals.
Emergency Medicine Cases (EM Cases) is a free online medical education podcast, medical blog and website dedicated to providing online emergency medicine education and CME for physicians, residents, students nurses and paramedics. We are Canadas most listened to emergency medicine podcast with thousands of subscribers, well over 12 million podcast downloads since 2010 and are proudly part of the #FOAMed community. In each Main episode podcast 2 or more experts in a particular emergency medicine topic join Dr. Helman in a round-table, case-based discussion on key practice changing clinical emergency medicine topics, which are then carefully edited to maximize your learning. EM Cases Journal Jam podcast brings together world-renowned researchers and educators to keep you up to date on key research papers in EM, the EM Quick Hits podcast has 5 minute segments from 10 experts in specific challenging EM topics, and the Best Case Ever podcast has guest experts sharing their tacit knowledge on ...
Emergency Medicine Cases (EM Cases) is a free online medical education podcast, medical blog and website dedicated to providing online emergency medicine education and CME for physicians, residents, students nurses and paramedics. We are Canadas most listened to emergency medicine podcast with thousands of subscribers, well over 6 million podcast downloads since 2010 and are proudly part of the #FOAMed community. In each Main episode podcast 2 or more experts in a particular emergency medicine topic join Dr. Helman in a round-table, case-based discussion on key practice changing clinical emergency medicine topics, which are then carefully edited to maximize your learning. EM Cases Journal Jam podcast brings together world-renowned researchers and educators to keep you up to date on key research papers in EM, the EM Quick Hits podcast has 5 minute segments from 10 experts in specific challenging EM topics, and the Best Case Ever podcast has guest experts sharing their tacit knowledge on ...
The Dalhousie University and Horizon Health Network emergency medicine research program was established in 2010 at the Saint John Regional Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine with a remit to investigate patient oriented outcomes and to achieve improved patient care through research and knowledge translation. The program collaborates with other sites in New Brunswick as leader for the provincial research committee, and partners with other programs on the Dalhousie University Department of Emergency Medicine Research Council.. The research team consisting of several physicians, nurses, residents and medical students has a successful publication record, and has presented original research at local, national and international conferences. We have investigated strategies to reduce burnout in the ED staff; examined protocols to improve outcomes in cardiac arrest and shock. We have also compared Trauma outcomes between advanced and standard systems, as well as looking at clinical issues such as ...
As a designated campus of the Dalhousie University Medical Education Program and through its affiliation with Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Department of Emergency Medicine shares academic responsibilities for CCFP (EM) and FRCP (EM) residency training programs, post graduate residents and medical students with regular teaching, rounds and journal clubs.. The Department of Emergency Medicine has close academic links with Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick (DMNB) whose Saint John campus is conveniently co-located with the University of New Brunswick and the Saint John Regional Hospital.. The Department of Emergency Medicine is based in a purpose built state of the art facility that was opened in 2010, with a trauma and critical care, acute monitored care and urgent care area, simulation lab, and ultrasound teaching lab. Our Emergency Department serves approximately 55,000 patient visits per year including primary, secondary and tertiary emergency medicine and Level One trauma program ...
Current emergency care in Ghana is sub-optimal with significant delays to definitive care and high morbidity and mortality. The Ghanaian government has recently invested in physical infrastructure for emergency care at major teaching hospitals, but the human resources to provide care are inadequate. To address this need, the Ghana Emergency Medicine Collaborative has proposed an innovative training program focused on medical students, nurses, and residents with the formation of a new faculty for sustainable training. This program will train emergency medicine personnel in injury and acute medical illness management, expose trainees to research methodology, administrative and leadership aspects of emergency medicine.. The Ghana Emergency Medicine Collaborative is a joint project between Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, University of Michigan Medical School and School of Nursing, Ghana Ministry of Health, Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, ...
Colin Kaide is an associate professor of Emergency Medicine at the Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. As a native of Chicago, Illinois, he completed Undergraduate Studies and Medical School at the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign. He completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the Ohio State University (1993-1996). After residency, he served as the assistant director of the emergency department in Lima, Ohio for 3 years while serving as part-time faculty at OSU. In 2000 he joined the department at OSU as a full-time faculty member. He is board-certified in Emergency Medicine and Hyperbaric Medicine. In addition to emergency medicine and hyperbarics, he completed advanced training in wound care and is certified by the Council for Medical Education and Testing. He does wound care at the Ohio State Comprehensive Wound Center ...
The program offers a unique two-site training model. The primary site, UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, is an urban, tertiary care academic medical center. It is the regions only level-1 combined Adult and Pediatric trauma center, Sacramentos safety net hospital for the underinsured, is home to the regions only comprehensive burn center and comprehensive childrens hospital, and is one of four California Poison Control Centers. The secondary site, Northern California Kaiser Permanente in Sacramento, is an urban level-2 trauma center, and complements the primary site by offering robust clinical training in a number of subspecialties, including emergency medicine, within a comprehensive managed care network. Our large and diverse academic faculty teach residents using the most current educational methodologies in one of the countrys most advanced simulation centers, the Center for Virtual Care. The program includes clinical and didactic training in ultrasound, trauma, quality improvement ...
Ava Pierce, MD. Ava E. Pierce, MD, FACEP completed her undergraduate degree at Louisiana State University and earned her medical degree at Louisiana State University School of Medicine at Shreveport. She completed an emergency medicine residency at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Pierce is the Associate Chair of Diversity and Inclusion for the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and an Emergency Medicine attending at Parkland Health and Hospital Systems. She is the Director of the Emergency Medicine Research Associate Program and the Co-Director of the Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) at UT Southwestern. She also serves as a member of UT Southwestern Medical Centers Medical School Admissions Committee and is a faculty liaison for Housestaff Emerging Academy of Leaders (HEAL), which focuses on professional development and mentoring for residents and fellows from under-represented groups. Her research interests include medical ...
Dr. Paul M. Wax is the Executive Director of the American College of Medical Toxicology. He received his B.A from Dartmouth College, his M.D. from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, his Emergency Medicine training at the UCLA Hospitals, and his Medical Toxicology training at Bellevue Medicine Center / New York University. He is Board-certified in both Medical Toxicology and Emergency Medicine, and is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Toxicology. Along with his part time role as the Executive Director of ACMT, Dr. Wax is a Clinical Professor in Surgery (Emergency Medicine) at the University of Texas, Southwestern School of Medicine where he is a member of the Section of Medical Toxicology and Director of the Medical Toxicology Clinic. Before joining ACMT in 2008 as its Executive Director, and the University of Texas Southwestern in 2006 as a part-time faculty member, Dr. Wax had faculty appointments in the Departments of Emergency Medicine at the University of Rochester School of ...
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[email protected] Dr. Ward is a Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Michigan. He received his B.S. in Physiology from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge in 1985 and his degree in medicine from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA in 1989. Dr. Ward then completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh followed by a Resuscitation Research fellowship at the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. Prior to joining the University of Michigan in 2012, Dr. Ward was Professor and Associate Chair of Emergency Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) were he also directed the VCU Reanimation Engineering Science Center (VCURES).. Dr. Wards research interests span the field of critical illness and injury including battlefield medicine in regards to oxygen transport and resuscitation, noninvasive monitoring, hemostasis and inflammation, and in using computational medicine and systems biology to both model and detect injury. His ...
(Society for Academic Emergency Medicine) Training on the synthetic training model (STM) or live tissue (LT) model does not result in a difference in subsequent performance for five of the seven critical procedures examined: junctional hemorrhage wound packing, tourniquet, chest seal, nasopharyngeal airway, and needle thoracostomy....
Thank you for your interest in our Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program. The Division of Emergency Medicine presently consists of more than fifty PEM staff members who are jointly appointed by Boston Childrens Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Currently, there are eighteen fellows in our fellowship program. We anticipate having positions for six new fellows beginning July 2018.. ...
Classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) involves a salt-wasting syndrome, most commonly due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency. Since 21 hydroxylase is not available to convert 17-hydroxyprogesterone to 11-deoxycortisol, there is a decreased synthesis of cortisol and therefore an increased secretion of corticotropin (ACTH). Decreased cortisol results in salt wasting while increased ACTH results in increased androgen synthesis. Both baby boys and girls experience salt wasting, but baby girls present virilized or with ambiguous genitalia. This is often diagnosed in the newborn nursery. Baby boys, however, appear normal, and may present in the first few weeks of life (typically) on the spectrum from vague symptoms of failure to thrive to an adrenal crisis ...
Recent recommendations from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine and the American College of Emergency Physicians identified the detection of delirium in the emergency department (ED) as a high yield research objective. This review aimed to determine the occurrence rate, and physician detection rates, of delirium within the ED. A systematic literature review was conducted and identified using online databases. Prospective cohort and cross-sectional studies from hospital EDs were interrogated. Systematic data extraction and assessments of quality were carried out. Searching yielded 723 publications, and 13 papers met inclusion criteria. Occurrence of delirium at admission to the ED ranged from 7% to 20% of patients. Physician diagnosis rates of preconfirmed delirium (using a specified tool) within the ED varied between 11.1% and 46.0%. Many studies used non-validated assessment tools to gather data. Four delirium outcome studies were conducted in the ED setting. Results vary, with ...
3. McEvoy(Ed), American Hospital Formulary Service 98 Drug Information. Bethesda, Maryland: American Society of Health System Pharmacists; 1998. 4. Anticoagulation and Antiplatelet Therapy in Emergency Medicine: An Evidence Based, State-of-the-Art Review Part I: Aspirin, Glycoprotein Iib/IIIa Inhibitors, and ADP Platelet Receptor Antagonists; Emergency Medicine Reports; 19(24), Nov 23, 1998 p.25 5. Hart RG, Harrison JG. Stroke 1996; 4: 585-587. 6. Second International Study of Infarct Survival Collaborative Group(ISIS II), Lancet 1988;2:349-360. and Hennekens, C.H., et. Al, Arch Intern Med 154(1): 37, January 10, 1994. 7. Emergency Medicine News, Vol 21(4), p.1 &20, April, 1999. 8. Jaffy, MB, Meischke H. Eisenberg MS: Prevalence of aspirin use among patients calling 9- 1-1 for chest pain, Academic Emergency Medicine 5:146; p.1149 (1998). 9. GUSTO Group Report: N. Engl J Med. 1993; 329;673-682. 10. ISIS-2 (Second International Study of Infarct Survival, Collaborative Group) Lancet. 12. Eric ...
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Sep 2014 - Present: Medical Director / Telemedicine Physician , MDLive. 1998 - Present: Clinical / Academic Emergency Physician / Medical Director , Geographic Emergency Medicine Service , PA. 2003 - Present: Ashoka Changemaker Fellow, Agora, IPIHD Innovator, GSBI Entreprenuer, Social Entrepreneur and Impact Innovator . 2002 - Present: Social Impact Health Executive , PACE Global Health International . Jun 2007 - Present: IFEM International Humanitarian Award Recipient and Fellow of the Order of the Federation of International Emergency Medicine, International Federation of Emergency Medicine. 1991 - Present: ACEP Hero of Emergency Medicine and Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians , American College of Emergency Physicians. 2009 - Present: Consulting Editor, Emergency Physician International and Telemedicine Magazine . - Guanajuato, Guanajuato
2019 Class Notes. Eloise Chapman-Davis MD 04 was named as 2019 Outstanding Recent Graduate for Renaissance School of Medicine.. Ron Garry 92 MD 96 is the subsection Chief of Geriatrics and is the current President of the Florida Geriatric Society.. Faina Gelman-Nisanov 10, MD 14 is an OBGYN practicing in New York City at NYU.. Jadry Gruen MD 07 will be acting Chief Resident of Quality and Safety at the West Haven VA medical center in 2020. In this role, he will be an active learner and participant of quality improvement at the VA hospital while also leading QI learning and initiatives among internal medicine residents at Yale New Haven Hospital.. Lauren Maloney 12, MD 16, a chief resident in the Department of Emergency Medicine (EM), has received two national Emergency Medicine awards at the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Conference held in Las Vegas, NV, May 14 through May 17: Resident Educator Award and RAMS Excellence in Research Award. Cheryl Moss-Mellman 83, ...
Syncope is a transient loss of consciousness, associated with an inability to maintain postural tone, followed by rapid and spontaneous recovery with the absence of clinical features specific for another form of transient loss of consciousness such as an epileptic seizure.1 Although in the pediatric age group it accounts for less than 1% of emergency department visits, 15% to 50% of children will have experienced a syncopal episode by age 18 years.2 The etiology of syncope in children is generally benign. Syncope can, however, be a manifestation of serious underlying pathology and always warrants careful evaluation. Unlike the adult population, in which syncope often results from malignant cardiac arrhythmias, in the pediatric population it is more often secondary to neurally mediated causes and is therefore discussed in this section on neurologic emergencies.2 An extensive workup for syncope is usually unnecessary. All children presenting to the ED with syncope should have a detailed history, ...
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Upstate has many current research activities, including serving as a primary research location for a number of national studies. Residents are encouraged to participate in research projects. Additionally, laboratory space is available within the Department of Emergency Medicine. Please see our research pages for more detail.. ...
Emergency medicine experts from Stellenbosch University (SU) are embarking on a large, multi-institutional clinical trial in partnership with the United States Department of Defence, to evaluate the use of synthetic blood-products for the resuscitation of trauma victims before arrival at hospital.. The Division of Emergency Medicine at SUs Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences will be the coordinating centre for the study, which includes 21 hospitals and 27 ambulance bases across South Africa. These include public and private academic institutions and healthcare facilities. For this study, SU is also partnering with the Universities of Cape Town (UCT), KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), Witwatersrand (Wits) and Pretoria (UP), collectively representing the body of academic emergency medicine in South Africa.. The study will evaluate the use of the haemoglobin-based oxygen carrier Hemopure (HbO2 Therapeutics LLC) together with Bioplasma FDP (National Biologics Institute), a freeze-dried plasma, to ...
Fever in a child with sickle cell disease (SCD) is a medical emergency, because of the possibility of overwhelming Streptococcus pneumoniae sepsis. By age 1 year, 30% to 50% of infants with homozygous sickle cell anemia (HbSS) have diminished or absent spleen function, more than 90% by age 4 years. Though splenic hypofunction occurs less commonly and at a later age in children with hemoglobin SC (HbSC) and sickle β0-thalassemia, they should also be considered at risk. Although availability of conjugated pneumococcal vaccines (most recently Prevnar 13) has reduced the prevalence of invasive pneumococcal disease, prompt empiric therapy with an appropriate antibiotic remains critically important. To some extent, use of Prevnar 7 resulted in emergence of nonvaccine, penicillin-sensitive serotypes as causes of invasive disease, and children less than age 5 should be receiving prophylaxis with penicillin. Patients with pneumococcal bacteremia are often well-looking for a period of several hours prior ...
A child suspected to have aspirated a foreign body is a common emergency department problem. This occurs most commonly in children less than 3 years old1 with a peak incidence in the 10- to 24-month age group.2 The vast majority, 80% to 90% is endobronchial with the remainder being laryngeal and tracheal.1 Deaths are more likely for laryngeal and tracheal foreign bodies with toy balloons3 and hot dogs4 comprising a large proportion of this group. The most common endobronchial foreign bodies are nuts and seeds.5 ...
EVMS Pediatrics offers four fellowship training programs, leading to sub-board certification in child abuse pediatrics (CAP), pediatric emergency medicine (PEM), international pediatric emergency medicine (iPEM) and simulation in medical education (SimED).. The PEM and CAP fellowships are fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).. Each fellowship program has its own application process and deadlines, described in detail on their respective pages. Click the desired discipline to discover how and when to apply, in addition to helpful program statistics and highlights, curriculum components and staff contact information.. ...
Established in 1911, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center aims to improve human health through education, research, clinical care and public service. The UT Health Science Center campuses include colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Graduate Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. Patient care, professional education and research are carried out at hospitals and other clinical sites across Tennessee. Endowed professorships, Research Centers of Excellence, and continuing relationships with research and healthcare facilities across Tennessee ensure that both basic science and applied research stay focused on contemporary health topics.
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Spend two to three months per year abroad using your pediatric acute care skills to treat children in our one- or two-year program. With eight-hour shifts and a limited clinical workload while stateside, youll keep your clinical skills sharp and have time to focus on coursework to obtain an advanced degree or certificate at no additional cost to you.. Prepare to lead and implement humanitarian efforts by partnering with local NGOs, including Operation Smile and Physicians for Peace. While we have ongoing projects at St. Damien Pediatric Hospital in Haiti and Hospital Infantil Dr. Robert Reid Cabral in the Dominican Republic, your global experience can be tailored to fit your interests. ...
Mongolian spots (also referred to as blue-gray macule of infancy) are the most frequently encountered birthmarks in neonates. Melanin-containing melanocytes in the dermis are present (migrational arrest) and the distinctive blue color, characteristic of dermal melanin, occurs as a result of the Tyndall effect (when light strikes the surface of the lesion, red wavelengths of light are absorbed and blue wavelengths are reflected back from the brown melanin pigment from the dermis). More than 95% of African American and 80% of Asian infants are born with Mongolian spots. The skin lesion is flat (macular), slate-gray, bluish-gray or brown, and consists of poorly circumscribed, single or multiple lesions ranging in size from a few millimeters to several centimeters. The most common location is the sacrum and buttocks (90%), but lesions may occur anywhere, including the back, shoulders, or flank. Mongolian spots fade gradually and are resolved by age 5 to 6 in about 96% of cases. Differential ...
Doctor Dice attended Ohio Northern University majoring in pharmacy prior to graduating from the Medical College of Ohio at Toledo in 1977. Doctor Dice entered the US Army where he completed his Internship and Residency in Emergency Medicine. While in the Army he had responsibilites as a Brigade Surgeon, 4th Infantry Division; Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency, Brooke Army Medical Center; Department Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Darnall Army Hospital; Command Surgeon, Joint Sepcial Operations Command; Deputy Director Emergency Planning, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, The Pentagon; Commander, 5th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and Dean, Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center. He served as the Department of Defense liaison to Emergency Support Function 8 following Hurricane Andrew; supported combat operations in Grenada and Panama; and led a Forward Surgical Team to Haiti. His interests are toxicology, public health emergency ...
Dr. Landry is a practicing Emergency Medicine Physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Mass. In addition to his clinical roles, Dr Landry is also the Director of Outreach for the Office of Multicultural Affairs for the hospital. He is also completing a fellowship with the Disparities Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr Landry also participates in numerous activities around health promotion and improving diversity in the health care fields. He recently founded a non-profit organization, Hip Hop Health Inc, which promotes health education and information to the hip hop generation. Dr Landrys areas on interest include emergency medicine, access to care, emergency department utilization and diversity in the health care fields.. Dr. Landry received his medical degree from the University of Alabama, School of Medicine in 2006, and completed his residency in emergency medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston in June 2009. ...
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Carden, M.A., et al., Variations in pediatric emergency medicine physician practices for intravenous fluid management in children with sickle cell disease and vaso-occlusive pain: A single institution experience.Pediatr Blood Cancer, 2018. 65(1) ...
Doug McGuff, MD became interested in exercise at the age of 15 when he first read Arthur Jones Nautilus Training Bulletin No. 2. His interest in exercise and biology led him into a career in medicine. In 1989, he graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio and went on to train in Emergency Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences at Little Rock where he served as Chief Resident. From there, Dr. McGuff served as Faculty in the Wright State University Emergency Medicine Residency and was a staff Emergency Physician at Wright-Patterson AFB Hospital.. Throughout his career Dr. McGuff maintained his interest in high intensity exercise. Doug realized a lifelong dream when he opened Ultimate Exercise in November, 1997. Over the past 13 years Dr. McGuff and his instructors have continued to explore the limits of exercise through their personal training clients at Ultimate Exercise.. In addition to his work at Ultimate Exercise, Dr. McGuff is a partner with ...
The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) opposes emergency department wait time guarantees. Wait time guarantees potentially compromise patient care by forcing emergency physicians to reduce their attention on truly emergent patients to ensure that less-emergent patients are seen within the wait time guarantee interval. As wait-time guarantees do not take into account patient acuity or surges in patient volume, they may put the most critical patients in the emergency department at risk. Although EDs strive to increase efficiency to minimize patient delays, wait time guarantees should be discouraged.. May 7, 2014. ...
Ohio ACEP is a state medical specialty society representing emergency medicine (EM) with more than 1,500 emergency physician members. Ohio ACEP is committed to advancing emergency care through continuing education, research and public education, and assuring access to high quality emergency care for the people of Ohio.
The primary goal when you complete this program is to be not a competent, but an excellent emergency medicine physician ready for independent practice. Period. We have all of the other bells and whistles to get you to any other Emergency Medicine path you would like to travel, but the base is the same for all of our resident physicians. And we get to do all of this in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina.. We look forward to receiving your application and answering any questions you may have ...
Emergency medicine. Symptoms. Itchiness, swelling of the tongue, vomiting, diarrhea, hives, trouble breathing, low blood ... Institute of Medicine. p. 65. ISBN 978-0-309-21435-3. .. *^ "Other atopic dermatitis and related conditions". ICD9. Archived ... FALCPA does not apply to medicines nor to cosmetics.[105] Trace amounts as a result of cross-contamination[edit]. The value of ... "Medicine (Baltimore). 95 (8): e2562. doi:10.1097/MD.0000000000002562. PMC 4778993. PMID 26937896.. ...
"eMedicine Specialties , Emergency Medicine , Environmental.. *^ Alberts, Bruce (2002). Molecular biology of the cell (4th ed ... "In Mahadevan, S.V.; Garmel, Gus M. An introduction to clinical emergency medicine (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University ... West, Bruce J. Where Medicine Went Wrong. doi:10.1142/6175.. *^ Longo, Giuseppe; Montévil, Maël. Perspectives on Organisms. ... Lovelock, James (1991). Healing Gaia: Practical Medicine for the Planet. New York: Harmony Books. ISBN 0-517-57848-4.. ...
Emergency medicine. A black eye is bruising around the eye commonly due to an injury to the face rather than to the eye. The ...
emergency medicine. ICD-10. T78.2. ICD-9-CM. 995.0. DiseasesDB. 32939. [edit on Wikidata] ... "The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 96 (1): 46-52. doi:10.4269/ajtmh.16-0434. PMC 5239707 . PMID 28077740.. ... Belum GR, Belum VR, Chaitanya Arudra SK, Reddy BS (2013). "The Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction: revisited". Travel Medicine and ... The New England Journal of Medicine. 335 (5): 311-5. doi:10.1056/NEJM199608013350503. PMID 8663853.. ...
Most sub-specialties of adult medicine have a pediatric equivalent such as pediatric cardiology, pediatric emergency medicine, ... Medicine Diseases caused by biological agents Intensive care medicine Medicine Life support and management of critically ill ... Interdisciplinary sub-specialties of medicine, including *Occupational medicine - branch of clinical medicine that provides ... Internal Medicine Medicine Medical research Anatomy, Biochemistry, Embryology, Genetics, Pharmacology, Toxicology Care of ...
Emergency medicine. Costochondritis, also known as chest wall pain, costosternal syndrome, or costosternal chondrodynia[1] is ... Gandhi V, Costello J (August 2012). "Towards evidence based emergency medicine: best BETs from the Manchester Royal Infirmary. ... "Case Reports in Medicine. 2012: 375730. doi:10.1155/2012/375730. PMC 3384935. PMID 22761623.. ... Arthritis Associated with Systemic Disease, and Other Arthritides Harrison's principles of internal medicine (17th ed.). New ...
Emergency Medicine Practice. 18 (9): 1-20. PMID 27538060.. *^ a b c Ferri, Fred F. (2016). Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2017: 5 ... Emergency medicine. Symptoms. Decreased level of consciousness, poor coordination, vomiting, abdominal pain, specific smell on ... Beauchamp, GA; Valento, M (September 2016). "Toxic Alcohol Ingestion: Prompt Recognition And Management In The Emergency ... "The Emergency Response Safety and Health Database: Methanol". Archived from the original on 23 April 2009. Retrieved 17 March ...
Heimlich, H. (June 1974). "Pop Goes the Cafe Coronary". Emergency Medicine.. *^ "India's Nuclear Weapons Program - Smiling ... Medicine[edit]. *September 25 - 1974 - The first "Tommy John surgery" for replacement of ulnar collateral ligament of elbow ... Identification of controlled trials in perinatal medicine, as advocated by Archie Cochrane, begins in Cardiff, Wales.[4] ...
Dominic Lucia; Jared Glenn (2008). CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment: Emergency Medicine. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 978-0-07- ... American Medical Association (2009-05-05). American Medical Association Handbook of First Aid and Emergency Care. Random House ... In many cases, an emergency tracheostomy can save a patient's life, but if performed incorrectly, it may end the patient's life ... Choking (also known as foreign body airway obstruction) is a life-threatening medical emergency characterized by the blockage ...
emergency medicine. ICD-10. S62.2. ICD-9-CM. 815.x1. eMedicine. orthoped/19. ...
McGugan EA (March 2001). "Hyperpyrexia in the emergency department". Emergency Medicine. 13 (1): 116-20. doi:10.1046/j.1442- ... and considered a medical emergency as temperature may lead to problems including permanent brain damage, or death.[30] ...
The American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 23 (1): 67-75. doi:10.1016/j.ajem.2003.12.023. PMID 15672341.. ... Maron BJ, Estes NA (March 2010). "Commotio cordis". The New England Journal of Medicine. 362 (10): 917-27. doi:10.1056/ ... is a sanctioned procedure for emergency resuscitation by trained health professionals witnessing a monitored arrest when no ...
emergency medicine. ICD-10. T61.2. ICD-9-CM. 988.0. DiseasesDB. 32220. eMedicine. emerg/528. ...
emergency medicine. ICD-10. T15-T19, T14.0. ICD-9-CM. 930-939 , 919.6. ... In the field of medicine, a foreign body, sometimes known as FB (Latin: corpus alienum), is any object originating outside the ... "First Aid & Emergencies: Rectal Foreign Object Treatment". WebMD. Archived from the original on May 18, 2015. Retrieved May 9, ... For example, a coin causes local pressure on the tissue but generally, is not a medical emergency to remove. A button battery, ...
emergency medicine. ICD-10. T70.2. ICD-9-CM. 993.2. [edit on Wikidata] ... Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 502: 89-106. doi:10.1007/978-1- ... "High Altitude Medicine Guide. Thomas E. Dietz. Retrieved 2012-11-10.. *^ Kenneth Baillie; Alistair Simpson. "Barometric ... October 1991). "Prevention of high-altitude pulmonary edema by nifedipine". The New England Journal of Medicine. 325 (18): 1284 ...
emergency medicine. ICD-10. T26-T28. ICD-9-CM. 949. MedlinePlus. 000059. ... Chemical fabrication, mining, medicine, and related professional fields are examples of occupations where chemical burns may ...
White, Julian; Weinstein, Scott A. (2015). "Latrodectism and Effectiveness of Antivenom". Annals of Emergency Medicine. 65 (1 ... Isbister, Geoff (2002). "Failure of Intramuscular Antivenom in Redback Spider Envenoming". Emergency Medicine Australasia. 14 ( ... Annals of Emergency Medicine. 64 (6): 620-8.e2. doi:10.1016/j.annemergmed.2014.06.006. PMID 24999282.. ... Annals of Emergency Medicine. 37 (2): 154-60. doi:10.1067/mem.2001.113033. PMID 11174232.. ...
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"Emergency Medicine Journal. 19 (1): 50. doi:10.1136/emj.19.1.50. PMC 1725762. PMID 11777879.. ... "Towards evidence based emergency medicine: best BETs from the Manchester Royal Infirmary. Phenytoin or paraldehyde as the ... It was included in some cough medicines as an expectorant (though there is no known mechanism for this function beyond the ... This makes it a useful emergency medication for parents and other caretakers of children with epilepsy. Since the dose margin ...
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DiPalma, Joseph R. (2001). "Bismuth Toxicity, Often Mild, Can Result in Severe Poisonings". Emergency Medicine News. 23 (3): 16 ... Medicines[edit]. Bismuth is an ingredient in some pharmaceuticals,[5] although the use of some of these substances is declining ... "Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 17 (War section): 19-26. doi:10.1177/003591572401702604. PMC 2201253. PMID 19984212. ... Bismuth subnitrate (Bi5O(OH)9(NO3)4) and bismuth subcarbonate (Bi2O2(CO3)) are also used in medicine.[15] ...
"Emergency Medicine Journal. 19 (3): 206-9. doi:10.1136/emj.19.3.206. PMC 1725844. PMID 11971828.. ... Marx J (2006). Rosen's emergency medicine: concepts and clinical practice. Mosby/Elsevier. p. 2242. ISBN 978-0-323-02845-5.. ... Veterinary medicine[edit]. Aspirin is sometimes used in veterinary medicine as an anticoagulant or to relieve pain associated ... List of Essential Medicines, the safest and most effective medicines needed in a health system.[13] As of 2014[update] the ...
"Emergency Medicine Journal. 28 (12): 1068-70. doi:10.1136/emj.07.2010.3184rep. PMC 3062281. PMID 22101594.. ... The Medicines Act prevented naphyrone from being sold for human consumption, and therefore it was sometimes sold as 'pond ... Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 18 (2): 93. doi:10.1016/j.jflm.2010.12.001. PMID 21315306.. ...
"Emergency Medicine Journal. 15 (6): 368-370. doi:10.1136/emj.15.6.368. PMC 1343207. PMID 9825272.. ... emergency medical technicians and emergency ambulance crew, and non-emergency transport services. The department also provides ... Non-emergency ambulance crew - work for the non-emergency transport service to providing a response to patients who are ill or ... "Emergency Medical Services - Falck". *^ "BBC: Ambulance chief quits". BBC News. 10 February 2000. ...
"Emergency Medicine Informatics. Retrieved 17 August 2018.. *^ Orwell, George (1940). "Down the Mine". Inside the Whale.. ... Haley, R. W.; Fischer, R. P. (March 2000). "Commercial tattooing as a potential source of hepatitis C infection". Medicine. 80 ... Tattoos were probably also used in ancient medicine as part of the treatment of the patient. In 1898, Daniel Fouquet, a medical ...
"Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine. 20: 54. doi:10.1186/1757-7241-20-54. PMC 3518173 . PMID ... "Emergency Medicine Practice. 13 (11). Archived from the original on 2012-01-18.. ... "Clinics in Chest Medicine. 35 (4): 781-95. doi:10.1016/j.ccm.2014.08.014. PMC 4297198 . PMID 25453425.. ... "American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 172 (10): 1241-5. doi:10.1164/rccm.200501-048cp. PMC 2718413 . PMID ...
Emergency medicine Metal fume fever, also known as brass founders' ague, brass shakes,[1] zinc shakes, galvie flu, metal dust ... "Emergency Medicine Journal. 19 (3): 268-9. doi:10.1136/emj.19.3.268. PMC 1725877. PMID 11971851.. ... "Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 60 (9): 655-61. doi:10.1136/oem.60.9.655. PMC 1740619. PMID 12937186.. ... "Internal Medicine. 50 (18): 2035-8. doi:10.2169/internalmedicine.50.5557. PMID 21921392.. ...
"Emergency Medicine Informatics. Retrieved 17 August 2018.. *^ "Amalgam tattoo". Royal Berkshire Hospital. Retrieved 17 August ... Haley, R. W.; Fischer, R. P. (March 2000). "Commercial tattooing as a potential source of hepatitis C infection". Medicine. 80 ... Tattoos were probably also used in ancient medicine as part of the treatment of the patient. In 1898, Daniel Fouquet, a medical ...
"Emergency Medicine Practice. 13 (11). Archived from the original on 18 January 2012.. ... Prescription only Medicines) to P (Pharmacy Medicines)[31] and became available over the counter in UK pharmacies under the ... It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the most effective and safe medicines needed in a health ... " September 2016. Archived from the original on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 14 December 2016.. ...
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Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade (1979); Harlan County, USA (1976); The Inheritance (1964) ... including the fields of education and medicine, but also have a strong presence in the agricultural sector.[31] In general, ...
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"The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 12 (1): 6-10. PMC 3088367. PMID 21691465.. ... Raby, Nigel; Berman, Laurence; Morley, Simon; Lacey, Gerald de (2014). Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide E- ... Keenan, M (September 2013). "Managing boxer's fracture: a literature review". Emergency Nurse. 21 (5): 16, 18-24. doi:10.7748/ ... Hand and wrist injuries are reported to account for fifteen to twenty percent of emergency room injuries, and metacarpal ...
The work received the general Program Prize of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in 1996. Another PDG work on ... Saint Barnabas Medical Center currently treats about 35,000 inpatients and close to 90,000 Emergency Department patients per ... Free clinical education programs are prehospital care, emergency department & hospital programs, and nursing school program. ... Saint Barnabas Medical Center offers residency in Anesthesiology, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Neurosurgery, Obstetrics ...
"An emergency within an emergency: caring for Ebola survivors". World Health Organization (WHO). 7 August 2015. Archived from ... "The New England Journal of Medicine. 372 (25): 2423-27. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa1500306. hdl:2328/35704. PMC 4547451. PMID 25950269. ... "New England Journal of Medicine. 372 (25): 2423-27. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa1500306. hdl:2328/35704. ISSN 0028-4793. PMC 4547451. ... Magill A (2013). Hunter's tropical medicine and emerging infectious diseases (9th ed.). New York: Saunders. p. 332. ISBN ...
"New England Journal of Medicine. 368 (18): 1713-1722. doi:10.1056/NEJMsa1212321. ISSN 0028-4793. PMC 3701298. PMID 23635051.. ... with notable exceptions for emergency services (e.g., Medicaid for emergency medical care), but states have the option to cover ... Journal of Law and Medicine. 19 (2): 335-53. PMID 22320007. Archived from the original (PDF) on November 29, 2014. Retrieved ... A 2019 New England Journal of Medicine study found that the implementation of work requirements for Medicaid in Arkansas led to ...
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a b MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Nosebleed U.S. National Library of Medicine Medline Plus service. Retrieved 2010-03-15. ... Ongoing bleeding despite good nasal packing is a surgical emergency and can be treated by endoscopic evaluation of the nasal ... British journal of hospital medicine (London, England : 2005). 75 (3): 143-7. doi:10.12968/hmed.2014.75.3.143. PMID 24621629.. ...
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine uses a Wound Man as a supporter in its heraldic achievement. ...
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PA before becoming an attending physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, MD. ... Dhallan received doctorates in medicine and biomedical engineering at The Johns Hopkins University as well as a MBA from the ... CEO and founder of the company held residency positions in oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital and in emergency medicine ... With this breakthrough in medicine, Ravgen is able to offer safe, noninvasive, pre-birth testing alternatives for expectant ...
Mobile Emergency Attendance Service)").[6] Emergency medicine (EM) is not a new field in Brazil. In 2002, the Ministry of ... Pre-hospital physicians have variable training in emergency care, with training backgrounds ranging from internal medicine to ... Pre-hospital emergency medical services use a combination of basic ambulances staffed by technicians and advanced units with ... This has compromised patient care and created an incredible need for improvement in the emergency care system.[7] ...
"The Use of Medicines in the United States: Review of 2011" (PDF). IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics. Archived (PDF) from ... As it is a medical emergency with a high mortality rate, it should be treated in the intensive care unit[11] with thyroid ... "WHO Model List of Essential Medicines (19th List)" (PDF). World Health Organization. April 2015. Archived (PDF) from the ... Levothyroxine was first made in 1927.[4] It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the most ...
In the UK, dermatology is a subspecialty of general medicine.. *Emergency medicine is concerned with the diagnosis and ... Folk medicine may also be referred to as traditional medicine, alternative medicine, indigenous medicine, or natural medicine. ... Traditional medicine[edit]. Main article: Traditional medicine. Traditional medicine (also known as indigenous or folk medicine ... Early records on medicine have been discovered from ancient Egyptian medicine, Babylonian Medicine, Ayurvedic medicine (in the ...
However, a few doctors (namely Arthur Haney at the University of Chicago and George Davis at the University of Medicine and ... for emergency cerclages. A cerclage is considered successful if labor and delivery is delayed to at least 37 weeks (full term ... Therefore, the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine recommendation is that placement of cervical pessary in pregnancy to ... Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) Publications Committee (March 2017). "The role of cervical pessary placement to ...
"Institute of Medicine. 2009. Retrieved 5 September 2015.. *^ Blue, Laura (30 October 2012). "Smoke-Free Laws Are Saving Lives" ... "The politicians who put those exemptions in are condemning people to be put into the emergency room."[68] A 2013 review found ... The New England Journal of Medicine. 337 (15): 1052-7. doi:10.1056/NEJM199710093371506. hdl:1765/59780. PMID 9321534.. ... "Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. 162 (5): 477-83. doi:10.1001/archpedi.162.5.477. PMC 2948204. PMID 18458195.. ...
The Housing for Health program reduced emergency room visits by 77%. Inpatient visits were also reduced by 77% and there was an ... three teaching and research hospitals affiliated with the Keck School of Medicine of USC and David Geffen School of Medicine at ... In Fiscal Year 2011-2012, the DHS system (inclusive of MACCs) received over 300,000 emergency department admissions, over 2.6 ... and emergency services for men, women, and children. The Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center provides physical ...
... emergency care and even a rapid access lift from the emergency helicopter pad on the roof of the adult hospital. For example, ... The medicine for the elderly unit, which was built in 2001 and has been retained from the Southern General Hospital,[29] is ... The hospital comprises a newly built 1,109-bed adult hospital, a 256-bed children's hospital and two major Emergency ... The retained buildings include the Maternity Unit, the Institute of Neurological Sciences, the Langlands Unit for medicine of ...
"Annals of Emergency Medicine. 71 (5): 618-623. doi:10.1016/j.annemergmed.2017.08.039. PMID 29110887.. ... Sternbach G, Dibble CL (1996). "Willy Burgdorfer: Lyme disease". The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 14 (5): 631-4. doi:10.1016/ ... "Wilderness & Environmental Medicine. 21 (3): 270-271. doi:10.1016/j.wem.2010.04.005. ISSN 1080-6032. PMID 20832708.. ... The New England Journal of Medicine. 370 (18): 1724-1731. doi:10.1056/NEJMcp1314325. PMC 4487875. PMID 24785207. Archived from ...
Eric J. Bailey (2002). African American Alternative Medicine: Using Alternative Medicine to Prevent and Control Chronic ... some neurological signs indicate referral to emergency medical services; these include sudden and severe headache or neck pain ... Chiropractors faced heavy opposition from organized medicine.[36] DD Palmer was jailed in 1907 for practicing medicine without ... as integrated medicine, and 12% as mainstream medicine.[55] Many chiropractors believe they are primary care providers,[4][20] ...
Emergency medicine *Mass gathering medicine. *Family medicine. *General practice. *Hospital medicine. *Intensive care medicine ... In medicine and dentistry, projectional radiography and computed tomography images generally use X-rays created by X-ray ... On 3 February 1896 Gilman Frost, professor of medicine at the college, and his brother Edwin Frost, professor of physics, ... Radiographers now perform fluoroscopy, computed tomography, mammography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance ...
Deaver M. J.; Silman E. F.; Lotfipour S. (2009). "Infected thyroglossal duct cyst". Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 10 ( ... "Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 93 (1): 18-21. PMC 1288046. PMID 10700841.. ... A case report". Libyan Journal of Medicine. 2 (3): 148-149. doi:10.4176/070611.. ...
Markovchick, Vincent J. & Pons, Peter T. (2003). Emergency medicine secrets. Elsevier Health Sciences. p. 223. ISBN 978-1-56053 ... "The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 29 (3): 248-62. PMC 2603856. PMID 13409924.. ... "Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine, United States National Academies. 11 February 2004. Archived from the original ...
"Annals of Emergency Medicine. 50 (1): 25-33, 33.e1. doi:10.1016/j.annemergmed.2007.01.022. ISSN 1097-6760. PMID 17391807.. ... "FOBT and DRE's in the ED (June 2018) » Emergency Medicine , Blog Archive , Boston University". Retrieved 2019- ... The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 43 (6): 1196-1204. doi:10.1016/j.jemermed.2012.06.015. PMID 22883714.. ... Although a Journal of Emergency Medicine paper concludes: "We found the DRE to have a limited role in the diagnosis of acute, ...
Once the doctor finds the clot, the catheter can be used to pull the clot out, or to give medicine to dissolve the clot. In ... A saddle embolus is a very serious medical emergency. Many people with this type of embolus die.[3] ... These are medicines commonly called "blood thinners." Doctors may give a few blood thinners together. For example, they may ... These are medicines often called "clot busters" or "clot dissolvers." They can quickly dissolve (break up) a clot. However, ...
Medicine and medical care were also directed to these priority groups - particularly the military. Public and private medical ... filling the emergency hospitals in Calcutta and accounting for the majority of deaths in some districts.[203] Deaths by ... domestic sources were constrained by emergency inter-provincial trade barriers, while access to international sources was ...
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  • We offer training for Emergency Medicine trainees through the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada accredited program (5 years) and the College of Family Physicians of Canada (1 extra year of training after completion of a Family Medicine residency). (
  • Utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach, the SART includes emergency room physicians, forensic nurses and social workers who have been specifically trained in treating victims of sexual assault and rape. (
  • Internal and Emergency Medicine is an independent, international journal devoted to all topics related to science and practice of internal and emergency medicine and designed for internists and emergency physicians. (
  • The OHSU Department of Emergency Medicine offers world-class learning facilities and technology to train the next generation of emergency medicine physicians. (
  • We are excited to announce that one of our Emergency Medicine physicians, Dr. Misha Ownbey, is part of this program. (
  • The Going Global blog is an opportunity for emergency physicians to share their experiences practicing and teaching outside the United States. (
  • A new study shows that a financial incentive can dramatically increase the number of emergency department physicians trained to prescribe a potentially life-saving medication that prevents patients from fatal opioid overdose. (
  • Located at Ben Taub Hospital, our emergency team includes emergency-trained, board-certified physicians from leading healthcare institutions around the country with a diversity of expertise. (
  • Written by emergency physicians and psychiatrists, Emergency Psychiatry is a rapid reference for the acute management of psychiatric disorders for all care providers, including, but not limited to, emergency physicians, internists, psychiatrists, social workers, family practitioners and other primary care providers. (
  • When University Hospitals Bedford and Richmond medical centers merged to form University Hospitals Regional Hospitals in 2012, the integration of the campuses' Emergency Departments created an ideal opportunity to establish an osteopathic Emergency Medicine Residency Program - one with a focus on increasing and retaining the presence of Emergency Medicine-trained physicians in Northeast Ohio. (
  • Under the leadership of Dr. Tsuyoshi Mitarai and Dr. Matthew Strehlow, Stanford is exploring critical care options in the emergency department, adding critical care physicians as dedicated intensivists to create a unique unit within the emergency department. (
  • Dual-boarded physicians circulate in the emergency department critical care unit, working with ICU-trained nurses. (
  • Attending ED physicians refer patients to the critical care team, freeing emergency physicians to address the volume of patients that come through the doors. (
  • Therefore, the question of who should respond to mental health emergencies is one in which physicians and all medical providers should have a say. (
  • Faculty are board-certified physicians in Emergency Medicine and/or Pediatric Emergency Medicine. (
  • Guidelines for the Management of Severe Head Injury: Are Emergency Physicians Following Them? (
  • Prehospital emergency care : official journal of the National Association of EMS Physicians and the National Association of State EMS Directors Page: 1-14, Apr 2017. (
  • Rates of burnout vary markedly by specialty, but generally the highest rates are found among front-line physicians: family medicine, general internal medicine, neurology, and emergency medicine, and the lowest rates were found among pathology, dermatology, general pediatrics, and preventive medicine, according to a survey of burnout among U.S. physicians. (
  • Emergency physicians are a little more aware of burnout because of the intensity of their work," said Shay Bintliff, MD, 80, who recently stopped working after 30 years as an ER doctor. (
  • But if "front-line" is defined to mean doctors who deal with patients in the most exigent and unpredictable situations, then the work lives of emergency physicians and hospitalist physicians should be examined also. (
  • Hospitalists were not included as a specialty choice in the burnout study, which was published in Archives of Internal Medicine, but researchers at Johns Hopkins University have been looking at the economic pressures on hospitals and how they affect workload of attending physicians, especially hospitalists. (
  • Below we profile emergency medicine physicians and educators who are helping to innovate the field, through care pathways, physician wellness, research and more. (
  • In their role as first-line providers, emergency physicians are responsible for initiating resuscitation and stabilization, starting investigations and interventions to diagnose and treat illnesses in the acute phase, coordinating care with specialists, and determining disposition regarding patients' need for hospital admission, observation, or discharge. (
  • This course offers professional education and an academic qualification for nurses and physicians working in emergency contexts. (
  • There are three distinct study routes available, all of which have been designed entirely by nurses and physicians experienced in emergency care. (
  • Our Emergency Medicine programme offers professional development and an academic qualification for nurses and physicians in emergency contexts. (
  • Three distinct study routes are available and all have been designed entirely by physicians and nurses experienced in emergency care. (
  • Dr. Genes serves on the editorial boards of Emergency Physicians Monthly and Emergency Medicine Practice . (
  • The ultimate goal of this project is to develop Emergency Medicine as a training specialty at the University of Florence and to certify all emergency physicians currently practicing in emergency departments in Tuscany. (
  • We endorse statements condemning racism by national organizations representing physicians and emergency physicians ( AMA , ACEP , AAEM and SAEM ). (
  • Published in a mobile optimized online format, the journal provides a multidisciplinary clinical and educational publishing opportunity for emergency physicians, emergency medicine and other residents, fellows, emergency nurses, physician assistants, EMTs, paramedics, and clinicians in related fields. (
  • JEM , published monthly, contains research papers and clinical studies as well as articles focusing on the training of emergency physicians and on the practice of emergency medicine. (
  • The Ohio Chapter, American College of Emergency Physicians (Ohio ACEP) is dedicated to advancing excellence in emergency care, and advocating for emergency physicians, their patients and the health of the community. (
  • Ohio ACEP is the state chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians, representing Ohio with nearly 1600 members. (
  • Ohio ACEP tirelessly advocates for emergency physicians and is viewed as a trusted voice regarding emergency medicine issues. (
  • Ohio ACEP empowers emergency physicians to achieve professional excellence and is considered a leader in EM education. (
  • Ohio ACEP continues to be recognized as a leading provider of educational programs and products that emergency physicians' value. (
  • This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the American College of Emergency Physicians and Ohio ACEP. (
  • Emergency medicine physicians practice communicating effectively with their colleagues by building a model helicopter out of Legos. (
  • This is a simulation case intended to train emergency medicine attending and resident physicians for treating multiple patients with suspected COVID-19. (
  • Licensure and Registration Physicians must possess a current, full and unrestricted license to practice medicine or surgery in a State… their field of medicine . (
  • This site can only accept Boarded Emergency Medicine physicians . (
  • This program provides a focused year of accredited, specialty training to board-certified/board eligible Emergency Physicians planning to become board-certified, career EMS Physicians. (
  • Laurin, who has been a UC Davis faculty member since 1999, has long been rated by residents and medical students as one of the best teaching and mentoring physicians in the Department of Emergency Medicine. (
  • To describe the behaviors of Emergency Department (ED) physicians, nurses and other staff in relation to suicide prevention and "means restriction"-limiting access to firearms and other highly lethal methods of suicide-and to examine how these behaviors are affected by the implementation of a suicide assessment and intervention program for ED patients. (
  • Our trauma center provides 24-hour coverage by emergency physicians, nurses and general surgeons and is supported by specialists from orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery, anesthesiology, radiology, internal medicine, plastic surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, pediatrics and critical care. (
  • The implications of this statement for emergency physicians are broad and should be taken seriously. (
  • Throughout the program, students are required to keep patient logs and reflect on their experiences within the framework of the objectives of the Integrated Practice of Medicine modules, which expand their knowledge and skills in patient care towards competency as physicians. (
  • Ultrasound in Ambulatory Medicine serves as a guide for physicians with no prior knowledge of ultrasound to learn the basics. (
  • Emergency physicians care for unscheduled and undifferentiated patients of all ages. (
  • In countries following the Anglo-American model, emergency medicine was originally the domain of surgeons, general practitioners, and other generalist physicians, but in recent decades it has become recognised as a speciality in its own right with its own training programmes and academic posts, and the specialty is now a popular choice among medical students and newly qualified medical practitioners. (
  • In many modern emergency departments, emergency physicians are tasked with seeing a large number of patients, treating their illnesses and arranging for disposition-either admitting them to the hospital or releasing them after treatment as necessary. (
  • This generalist approach can obviate barrier-to-care issues seen in systems without specialists in emergency medicine, where patients requiring immediate attention are instead managed from the outset by speciality doctors such as surgeons or internal physicians. (
  • Emergency medicine can be distinguished from urgent care, which refers to immediate healthcare for less emergent medical issues, but there is obvious overlap and many emergency physicians work in urgent care settings. (
  • The emergency physician workforce also includes many competent physicians who trained in other specialties. (
  • Welcome to the Department of Emergency Medicine at UAlberta. (
  • University of Alberta students gain exposure to the emergency department in a number of ways. (
  • Welcome to the University of Oklahoma Department of Emergency Medicine (OUDEM). (
  • Established in 2006 as a full academic Department at OU, OUDEM graduated its inaugural class of Emergency Medicine specialists in June 2011. (
  • OUDEM serves the needs of the University as its only Department of Emergency Medicine, with a commitment to serve both the Oklahoma City and Tulsa campuses of OU's medical school. (
  • OUDEM's main Emergency Department clinical operations are based in Tulsa but our residents and medical students also spend time in Oklahoma City. (
  • Most people believe that the emergency department is always available to help provide non-elective acute hospital care. (
  • Anyone who has been to an emergency department will appreciate that it is a complex and often turbulent environment. (
  • The emergency department is like the fire brigade-you hope you won't need it, but if you do, you expect a timely response. (
  • Overcrowding in the emergency department is the biggest impediment to the delivery of timely and adequate emergency care. (
  • 2 It is often manifest as diversion of ambulances-an emergency department instructs the ambulance service to divert ambulances elsewhere because it is unsafe for more patients to attend. (
  • these have been reported previously and are summarised in box 1 and box 2 2 Figure 1 outlines basic processes of patient flow in the emergency department. (
  • Patients visiting the Emergency Department are also assessed for domestic abuse, elder or child abuse and suicide prevention. (
  • The Sexual Assault Response Treatment Program is an integral part of NCBH's Emergency Department. (
  • Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Reddit PocketLumbar puncture is a procedure that is commonly performed in the emergency department (ED) for both diagnostic and therapeutic reasons. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine is pleased to announce the extraordinary efforts and achievements for the 2019 Promotion and Tenure year, with promotion in rank for Drs. James Heilman and Hyunjee Kim. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine is excited to announce that Dr. Mo Daya has been appointed member of the EMS Examination Committee starting in 2020. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine is excited to announce that Dr. Craig Warden was recognized with a Scholarly Project Mentor Award. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine exemplifies the reach of OHSU's growing health system. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine is pleased to announce the following promotions in our leadership structure. (
  • The Emergency Medicine Department would like to recognize and celebrate Dr. Esther Choo on her first NIH R01! (
  • Dr. Mary Tanski and Dr. James Helman have been named Vice Chairs of the Department of Emergency Medicine. (
  • They have earned the respect and the trust of senior leadership at OHSU at both the Hospital and School of Medicine, and our department looks forward for their continued contributions. (
  • A new study by Yale researchers looking at nearly 400 clinicians at four urban academic emergency departments found that, despite scientific evidence supporting the benefits of buprenorphine for opioid use disorder, just 21% of emergency department clinicians indicated readiness to offer it to patients in need. (
  • Dr. David Talan, professor of emergency medicine and medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UCLA medical school will lead the trial with co-principal investigator Dr. Nicholas Mohr, vice chair for research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Iowa. (
  • The Henry J.N. Taub Department of Emergency Medicine is a specialty practice that focuses on the treatment of acute and urgent medical conditions. (
  • In addition, educating and mentoring the next generation of leaders in emergency medicine is a top priority of the department. (
  • UPMC and its partners, the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the Center for Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania, are among the United States' top programs, having received recognition nationwide for emergency medicine work in research, education, critical care transport, and clinical care. (
  • The Emergency Department at UPMC Presbyterian , an adult medical/surgical tertiary referral hospital in Pittsburgh, is a full-scale Level 1 Regional Resource Trauma Center with expertise in a variety of acute medical conditions. (
  • UPMC also provides training for emergency services and first responders so that world-class care reaches the patient even before arrival at the Emergency Department. (
  • Arjun Chanmugam is Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. (
  • Patrick Triplett is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Director, Department of Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. (
  • Current Emergency & Hospital Medicine Reports publishes expert review articles on the most significant recent developments in emergency and hospital medicine, with particular emphasis on the transition of patient care from the emergency department to the hospitalist service. (
  • Read more about evaluation, treatment and follow-up care for patients seen at Mayo Clinic Department of Emergency Medicine. (
  • Medical emergencies often require immediate medical intervention in the emergency department setting. (
  • We care for over 250,000 patients annually at Rhode Island Hospital's Anderson Emergency Center, Hasbro Children's Hospital Emergency Department, and The Miriam Hospital Emergency Department. (
  • Welcome to the web home of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. (
  • The many academic divisions in the Department of Emergency Medicine support the scholarly mission and provide outstanding training experiences for fellows, residents, and medical students. (
  • Her research focuses on decision support in the emergency department with an interest in the effectiveness and efficacy of alerts and reminders throughout the hospital. (
  • This includes conducting studies to advance the understanding of the pathophysiology of anaphylaxis in children and to optimize the care they receive in the emergency department. (
  • The Department of Medical Education's partnership with Akron Children's Hospital provides learners with outstanding exposure to caring for a pediatric population in an Emergency Medicine setting. (
  • After being granted Provisional Department status in June 2018, the Department of Emergency Medicine was officially approved by the Executive of the McGill University Board of Governors on October 31, 2019. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine includes faculty members from the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), the Jewish General Hospital (JGH), and the CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'île-de-Montréal, including St-Mary's Hospital and Lakeshore General Hospital. (
  • Over 95% of emergency Department staff at the Jewish General Hospital are certified in the core applications of POCUS. (
  • Ates I, Ozkayar N, Toprak G, Yılmaz N, Dede F. Factors associated with mortality in patients presenting to the emergency department with severe hypernatremia. (
  • Pfennig CL, Slovis CM. Sodium disorders in the emergency department: a review of hyponatremia and hypernatremia. (
  • To be the leading academic Department of Emergency Medicine in the nation. (
  • Research is ongoing at Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine. (
  • Stanford University's department of emergency medicine collaborated closely with other departments to develop a novel Stroke Code Extended protocol that expedites evaluation and treatment of patients with large-vessel debilitating strokes that, prior to the protocol, would have limited treatment options. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine's highly skilled team delivers the best possible care for our community. (
  • Working within the nation's poorest large city, our pediatric emergency department (ED) serves as a safety net for the most vulnerable. (
  • I work as a resident in Australia's busiest emergency department. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine has nationally recognized clinical expertise in trauma, chest pain, toxicology, brain injuries and pediatric emergency medicine. (
  • The Department is a full service Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma center staffed and equipped to deal with all urgent and emergency problems. (
  • Health Care Providers' Impressions of Intimate Partner Violence Resources and Screening in a Pediatric Emergency Department. (
  • A Randomized Clinical Trial Regarding The Acceptability of An Audiotape Questionnaire for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Screening in a Pediatric Emergency Department (ED) . Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 160: 311-316, 2006. (
  • Adolescent Decisional Autonomy Regarding Participation in an Emergency Department Youth Violence Interview. (
  • The Emergency Department Approach to Violently Injured Patient Care: A Regional Survey. (
  • Persistence of post-traumatic stress in violently injured youth seen in the emergency department. (
  • Violence prevention in the emergency department: Clinician attitudes and limitations. (
  • Predicting the need for topical anesthetic in the pediatric emergency department. (
  • ER docs work for somebody else… They are pretty much at somebody else's mercy," says a recently retired emergency department physician. (
  • The AMA is providing $1.25M over five years to Holly Caretta-Weyer, MD and Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine as part of their Reimagining Residency program aimed at promoting systemic change in emergency medicine training. (
  • Among its functions, the U.S. Department of Transportation was charged with improving EMS in the United States and developing a basic emergency medical technician training curriculum. (
  • This service is run by three full time board-certified toxicologists who are faculty of the BIDMC Department of Emergency Medicine. (
  • The University of North Carolina Department of Emergency Medicine denounces racism. (
  • The University of North Carolina Department of Emergency Medicine denounces racism and recognizes racism as a public health emergency. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine will continue to serve our community in a just and equitable manner for the betterment of health, seeking positive change for those we care for while also continually striving to improve ourselves. (
  • Our Emergency Department consists of 40 clinical and research faculty, as well as additional adjunct faculty, involved in the teaching, administration, research, and clinical care missions of the department. (
  • The balance is non-emergency department training, where trainees learn and experience more detailed aspects of related disciplines. (
  • Outcomes can include election to fellowship without further requirements, a period of supervised practice in a multi-FACEM emergency department, completion of the research regulation, completion of the fellowship examination or a combination of these. (
  • The fellowship program is based at Johns Hopkins Children's Center, with selected rotations to the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center emergency department, Maryland Poison Center and the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland. (
  • This course is designed to provide extensive training in the core practical and clinical applications of emergency ultrasound to improve patient care in a busy emergency department. (
  • One-on-one instruction with numerous facilitators learning critical high-yield do's and don'ts for ultrasound in the emergency department. (
  • Laws ensure that anyone can receive needed care in an emergency department. (
  • The curriculum follows guidelines approved by the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of EMS, and meets terminal objectives for the entry-level paramedic as outlined in the National Emergency Medical Services Educational Standards. (
  • Boudreaux ED, Abar B , Haskins B, Baumann B, Grissom G. Health Evaluation and Referral Assistant: a randomized controlled trial to improve smoking cessation among emergency department patients . (
  • tenure track Open Academic Rank / Physician who will provide care in the Emergency Medicine Department located in downtown Memphis… , ultrasound, etc). (
  • In 2020, the hospital opened a third wing and expanded the emergency department. (
  • The Parkland emergency department is the busiest ED in the nation with an annual volume of over 240,000 patients. (
  • SGH's Department of Emergency Medicine team of clinicians, registered nurses, and other specially trained staff are available around-the-clock to treat anyone seeking emergency medical care. (
  • Each year SGH Department of Emergency Medicine sees more than 135,000 patients in the emergency care setting. (
  • A 24-hour one-stop Emergency Department for emergencies including resuscitations, critical emergencies and ambulant minor emergencies. (
  • The department also manages all types of ear, nose & throat, eye, dental and orthopaedic emergencies and also a variety of minor emergencies. (
  • In addition, the department manages a 24-bedded Emergency Observation Ward which includes a seven-bedded Emergency Cardiac Care Unit (ECCU). (
  • The UNM EMS Medical Direction Consortium or "The Consortium" as it is commonly known, brings together all the EMS resources within the University of New Mexico Department of Emergency Medicine EMS and Disaster Medicine Section. (
  • The Consortium, in collaboration with the UNM EMS Academy, also sponsors the UNM Department of Emergency Medicine's EMS Fellowship. (
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine at Upstate has many current research activities, including serving as a primary research location for a number of national studies. (
  • Additionally, laboratory space is available within the Department of Emergency Medicine. (
  • The PGY2 residency in emergency medicine pharmacy is designed to transition PGY1 residency graduates from generalist practice to specialized practice, which meets the needs of patients in the emergency department setting. (
  • Three members of the UC Davis Department of Emergency Medicine were honored recently for their achievements and leadership at this year's annual Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) meeting in Atlanta. (
  • In addition to investigating various approaches to improving trauma care of both adults and children in emergency departments, he is working with department Chair Nathan Kuppermann to oversee a five-year, NIH training grant for research education in emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine and associated disciplines. (
  • Students spend two clinical shifts in the emergency department with an Emergency Medicine Faculty member. (
  • Students will see patients in the Pediatric area of the Emergency Department under the supervision of an Emergency Medicine Attending. (
  • Loyola Medicine's emergency department treats some of the region's most critically ill and injured patients. (
  • Loyola treats approximately 45,000 seriously ill and injured patients in the emergency department every year. (
  • In addition, a "fast track" pediatric triage within Loyola's emergency department ensures that children receive the specialized care they need. (
  • Illinois Emergency Medical Services for Children is a collaborative program between Loyola and the Illinois Department of Public Health aimed at improving pediatric emergency care in Illinois. (
  • Loyola's Emergency Department receives some of the region's most critically ill and injured patients-in fact, the severity level of our emergency admissions is among the highest in the country. (
  • The Emergency Department is located on the north end of the Loyola University Medical Center campus. (
  • Use Entrance 1 from First Avenue, then drive north and west to reach the Emergency Department entrance. (
  • OHSU is Oregon's 24 hour resource for the most complex medical emergencies and trauma care. (
  • I am a pediatric trained emergency physician working in a level 1 trauma center. (
  • The EMT has the skills needed to assess a patient's condition and manage medical and trauma emergencies. (
  • Resuscitation and critical emergencies, which include acute coronary artery disease, pneumonia, acute abdomen, bronchial asthma, strokes, toxic ingestions and major trauma of all varieties, are managed in a six-bedded critical care area. (
  • Our 27-bed emergency facility is one of the most advanced in the Midwest and contains specialty care sections for trauma, cardiac care and pediatrics. (
  • Loyola's emergency medical services, in conjunction with the Burn and Shock Trauma Institute , receives state and federal grant funding to evaluate the Illinois Trauma Registry. (
  • Two first studies - looking at the causes of early death in emergency departments, and cases of head trauma - are being presented at conferences in Canada and Ethiopia in 2014. (
  • Therefore, the emergency physician requires a broad field of knowledge and procedural skills often including surgical procedures, trauma resuscitation, advanced cardiac life support and advanced airway management. (
  • We also aim to serve as a resource for EMS and disaster medicine planners, practitioners, and trainers. (
  • Our weekly restrospective on medicine, devices, and systems is called "the good old days," though it's not easy to look at this week's topic - disaster medicine - with much fondness. (
  • The birth of the Red Cross organization in 1863 marks the beginning of the modern era of organized response in disaster medicine. (
  • Another progressive development in disaster medicine was the designation of trained response personnel as first responders in emergencies. (
  • The McGill emergency ultrasound fellowship is an intensive 1-year program, dedicated to teaching core and advanced point of care ultrasound applications. (
  • The fellow will be responsible for one-on-one teaching of both basic and advanced ultrasound techniques to residents and medical studentsrotating at the JGH ED. He/She will be act as instructor for the annual ePOCUS course given to EM, Family Medicine, and Intensive Care residents. (
  • Dedicated Emergency Medicine ultrasound simulation/training centre in new Pavilion K emergency dept (under construction) with various ultrasound phantoms and hi fidelity simulation mannequin. (
  • This 1-day Advanced Ultrasound Course is designed to meet the needs of Emergency Medicine professionals that already have a good working knowledge of Ultrasound. (
  • The elective will focus on image acquisition and interpretation at the bedside within the ED under the supervision of the emergency ultrasound fellow and ED attendings. (
  • Image and tape review during weekly Emergency Ultrasound Continuous Quality Improvement will provide a forum for focused learning and direct feedback on cases. (
  • Resuscitation, toxicology, and clinical criteria for imaging represent some of the core topics of the practice of emergency medicine. (
  • The rotation includes contact with toxicology trained emergency faculty, didactic lectures, journal club, simulation training and exposure to a very busy poison control center. (
  • Our Emergency Medicine faculty is committed to improving emergency care through leading innovative research in a variety of medical fields. (
  • Through faculty appointments at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and through research conducted with support from UH's Harrington Discovery Institute, physician-scientists at UH Cleveland Medical Center are advancing medical care through education and innovative research that brings the latest treatment options to patients regionally and around the world. (
  • Hospitalists are more susceptible to burnout because the work of hospital medicine is really intense," said Vineet Arora, MD, a hospitalist on the faculty of the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. (
  • I am privileged to chair an innovative and dynamic group of faculty, residents, fellows, nurses, staff and students who are helping reshape Emergency Medicine for the growing global health care needs of the 21st century. (
  • Emergency medicine faculty research interests can be explored on our division website. (
  • AAU and U of T faculty identified three initial topics related to emergency care, and developed a protocol to facilitate collaboration and shared learning in the research and writing approach.Five other research projects were developed by the first cohort of Ethiopian graduates, overseen by faculty from both universities. (
  • On-field radiology & diagnosis with digital X-Ray apparatus and vital signs devices on-board an emergency vehicle. (
  • We offer the most advanced medical and surgical treatments to stabilize your animal and diagnose its condition, and we collaborate with a team of expert veterinary specialists in anesthesiology, cardiology, radiology, internal medicine, surgery, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, and dentistry to ensure your animal receives the most comprehensive care available. (
  • We offer a three-year, ACGME accredited emergency residency program, driven by our commitment to service, education and leadership. (
  • Since 1992, the Residency Program in Emergency Medicine has trained leaders in emergency medicine with unsurpassed clinical training and an innovative curriculum. (
  • 2021 Emergency Medicine Physician Burnout & Lifestyle Report: Are You More Burned Out Than Your Peers? (
  • So I designed an 'emergency physician' patch based on the old Virginia EMS patch. (
  • He's now Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai, where in addition to patient care and teaching responsibilities, he studies EHR usability and physician uses of social media. (
  • Create an Emergency Action Plan that includes important contact information, such as phone numbers for your physician, pediatrician, pharmacist, veterinarian, and the Poison Control Center: 800-222-1222. (
  • The Journal of Emergency Medicine is an international, peer-reviewed publication featuring original contributions of interest to both the academic and practicing emergency physician. (
  • A Stanford physician discusses how he's learned to safely manage intense situations with patients in emergency departments. (
  • After recovering from COVID-19, Stanford emergency medicine physician Peter D'Souza returned to work with valuable insights for patients and colleagues. (
  • A Stanford Medicine physician played a key role in refining those policies. (
  • Emergency medicine physician Paul Auerbach has a longstanding interest in care for jellyfish stings. (
  • This simulation case is intended to prepare the emergency medicine physician to manage multiple patients who may have COVID-19 and who present on a spectrum of acuities. (
  • Summary The physician assistant practices medicine under the supervision of a physician . (
  • currently assisting a facility in Tennessee that is in need of an emergency medicine physician to help with locum tenens coverage. (
  • Employer is currently assisting a facility in Tennessee that is in search of an emergency medicine physician to assist with locum tenens… management and treatment of psychiatric and thermal emergencies . (
  • and by whom it is delivered.We are looking for an Emergency Medicine Physician for service. (
  • Mississippi-based hospital that is currently seeking an emergency medicine physician to assist with coverage. (
  • EMTALA is an unfunded mandate that basically requires all hospitals in the U.S. to take care of emergency patients properly regardless of ability to pay. (
  • Emergency medicine is a field of practice based on the knowledge and skills required for the prevention, diagnosis, and management of the acute and urgent aspects of illness and injury affecting patients of all age groups with a full spectrum of undifferentiated physical and behavioural disorders. (
  • At Mass General, the brightest minds in medicine collaborate on behalf of our patients to bridge innovation science with state-of-the-art clinical medicine. (
  • Emergency practitioners treat the full spectrum of patients using skills ranging from those of a general practitioner to specialists. (
  • Many healthcare providers based in primary care, emergency care or other acute care environments encounter patients with psychiatric problems. (
  • Disorders of serum sodium in emergency patients : salt in the soup of emergency medicine]. (
  • Clinical and translational research provides the opportunity to enhance our clinical practice of emergency care and provide a higher quality of life and improved outcome for our patients. (
  • They are trained to help patients focus on the skills needed to manage their diabetes, and they can help patients develop a management plan that addresses the added challenges that come with emergencies. (
  • DSMES can help patients with their diabetes management during times of emergency until health care providers can resume normal visits with them, and it allows health care providers to spend more time with other patients in urgent need of medical care. (
  • More than 290,000 patients a year receive care at one of our six emergency departments in metro Atlanta. (
  • Starting September 1, 2018, they are able to provide emergency care to their regular patients that have been seen within the last 3 years on weekdays and weekends from 8am-9pm only. (
  • Hospitals are seeing a 40% drop in emergency visits, in part because patients with serious conditions other than COVID-19 are reluctant to seek care. (
  • Emergency departments were especially affected, as patients presented undifferentiated to emergency departments. (
  • Recommendations for the diagnosis and management of corticosteroid insufficiency in critically ill adult patients: consensus statements from an international task force by the American College of Critical Care Medicine. (
  • SOCIETY FOR ENDOCRINOLOGY ENDOCRINE EMERGENCY GUIDANCE: Emergency management of acute adrenal insufficiency (adrenal crisis) in adult patients. (
  • Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Critical Illness-Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency (CIRCI) in Critically Ill Patients (Part I): Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) and European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) 2017. (
  • Guideline] Simpson H, Tomlinson J, Wass J, Dean J, Arlt W. Guidance for the prevention and emergency management of adult patients with adrenal insufficiency. (
  • Training focuses on developing residents' capability to deal with a wide range of diseases and disorders that occurs in patients in the emergency environment. (
  • Parking is available directly outside the building for emergency patients and in the nearby visitor parking garage. (
  • The drills, made possible by a grant from The Fluor Foundation, bring together law enforcement, fire and rescue, emergency medical services, hospital staff and medical students as they work together to assist patients and protect the community. (
  • Some patients will require emergency surgery, which typically lasts from two to six hours. (
  • For other patients, our emergency care specialists will stabilize the animal and then request a consultation from another specialty service. (
  • Most patients present to emergency departments with low-acuity conditions (such as minor injuries or exacerbations of chronic disease), but a small proportion will be critically ill or injured. (
  • While most of our fellows have a background in emergency medicine, we have also trained those who are from pediatrics, internal medicine, occupational medicine, and preventive medicine. (
  • Students should have a solid foundation in internal medicine, surgery, and pediatrics prior to starting this rotation. (
  • Prerequisites: satisfactory completion of Medicine, Surgery and Pediatrics. (
  • Our mission is to optimize and advance the provision of emergency medical care through excellence in education, research, and community service. (
  • Our teams of doctors and nurses provide expert care for all kinds of emergency needs. (
  • Visit the OHSU & Doernbecher Emergency Care website for current wait times and additional details. (
  • The Massachusetts General Hospital Emergency Medicine Consulting (EMC) collaborative provides consulting services and health care market research opportunities for companies seeking feedback on existing or prospective medications, devices and services. (
  • In addition to providing feedback on products in the pipeline, they can share insights and trends in health care, emergency medicine and acute care services. (
  • The Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet) advances public health objectives through diverse projects in emergency care, particularly through multicenter clinical research. (
  • Health Services Research (HSR) focuses on access to emergency care, quality of emergency care, and patient outcomes. (
  • Conducting research and being science-based is what distinguishes medicine from crystal therapy and is fundamental to modern medical care. (
  • Despite many major advances in medicine, we are missing an opportunity to recognize the true potential of research to advance patient care. (
  • We serve our community by providing high-quality, compassionate emergency care to a diverse patient population. (
  • UPMC has exported its emergency medicine expertise by partnering in 2006 with Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) in Doha, Qatar, to enhance emergency care for the citizens and residents of Qatar. (
  • Hamad Medical Corporation and UPMC have formed this partnership to evaluate, improve, and achieve excellence in emergency care for the citizens and residents of the State of Qatar. (
  • HMC hospitals now provide emergency medical care to more than 700,000 people annually. (
  • She is currently focused on developing a measure of patient and family-centered care for pediatric emergency medicine. (
  • We have the best mission in medicine - taking care of America's veterans! (
  • Since our teachers and researchers are also doctors providing care through Emory Clinic Emergency Medicine, we can bring the newest treatments and technologies directly to you in your moment of need. (
  • But unless it's a life-threatening emergency, an urgent care center - not the ER - may be the best place to seek treatment. (
  • It is a major access point to the services and facilities of the University of Michigan Health System and is a provider of emergency care 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. (
  • is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. (
  • Pediatric Emergency Care 22(3): 150-153, 2006. (
  • Pediatric Emergency Care 22(11): 689-693, 2006. (
  • Due to recent changes to its clinical team, the Companion Exotic Animal Medicine and Surgery Service, which provides emergency care for exotic companion animals, has changed to its emergency service. (
  • The University of Leicester Emergency Medicine Academic Group (EMAG) is one of the largest Emergency Care research groups in the UK, encompassing both adult and paediatric emergency care. (
  • EMAG has a portfolio of grants to support our program of Emergency Care Research. (
  • The Emergency Medicine Academic Group runs a comprehensive training program in Academic Emergency Medicine, with an undergraduate Acute Care Block, Intercalated BSc studentships, Academic Clinical Fellowships, MD students and PhD students. (
  • Applicants must be a registered nurse or medical practitioner (depending on the route chosen) who is practising or has recently practised in the area of urgent or emergency care. (
  • Those wishing to dig deeper into the subject ought to check out the January 2005 Supplement edition of Critical Care Medicine , which is entirely devoted to disaster research. (
  • Our mission is to provide outstanding emergency care through excellence in clinical care, education, research, administrative stewardship, and strategic initiatives. (
  • The Emergency Medical Technician certificate covers the skills needed to provide the first level of pre-hospital care in the Emergency Medical Services system. (
  • A certificate program that expands on the knowledge and skills of the Emergency Medical Technician to provide advanced life support care of the ill or injured patient. (
  • Emergency observation protocols have been developed for a variety of common emergencies that benefit from observation care. (
  • UPMC Emergency Medicine staffs and manages 15 emergency departments and 10 urgent care centers. (
  • It is particularly well suited for students that are interested in emergency care and are considering a career in emergency medicine. (
  • This shows Loyola's expertise in emergency care and commitment to the care of the community. (
  • Learn More About Loyola Medicine Care During COVID-19. (
  • Ethiopia faces a critical gap in emergency medical care. (
  • The Emergency and Critical Care Service at Cornell's Equine Hospital provides medical and surgical treatment to severely injured or ill animals 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. (
  • We are the only veterinary emergency service in a 200-mile radius run by board-certified veterinary emergency and critical care specialists. (
  • Emergency medicine is the medical specialty concerned with the care of illnesses or injuries requiring immediate medical attention. (
  • By contrast, in countries following the Franco-German model, the speciality does not exist and emergency medical care is instead provided directly by anesthesiologists (for critical resuscitation), surgeons, specialists in internal medicine, pediatricians, cardiologists or neurologists as appropriate. (
  • In developing countries, emergency medicine is still evolving and international emergency medicine programs offer hope of improving basic emergency care where resources are limited. (
  • The field of emergency medicine encompasses care involving the acute care of internal medical and surgical conditions. (
  • However, this may lead to barriers through acute and critical care specialties disconnecting from emergency care. (
  • It covers developments in the field of emergency and critical care medicine in both the hospital and pre-hospital environments. (
  • We also offer clinical experience to medical students and residents from other training programs during their mandatory emergency medicine rotations. (
  • SARTs combine medicine, law enforcement and victim advocacy to ensure that sexual assault victims receive appropriate medical attention, evidentiary examinations, emotional support and referral information. (
  • Minitiarized sensors and diagnostics equipment with data transfer capabilities are some of the common devices required both for human spaceflight as well as for medical operations during terrestrial emergencies and disasters. (
  • Management of Medical Emergency for Commercial Aviation will be aimed to develop, integrate and validate, in a pre-operational pilot, a portable telemedicine system to support diagnosis from on-board of civil aircrafts. (
  • To improve the benefits & efficiency of the management of the rescue, first medical aid and emergency operations in disaster situations like earthquakes or explosions. (
  • We have remained at the forefront of medicine by fostering a culture of collaboration, pushing the boundaries of medical research, educating the brightest medical minds and maintaining an unwavering commitment to the diverse communities we serve. (
  • The Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet) involves 246 medical centers and three programs. (
  • This blog was started by the emergency medicine residents of Palmetto Health Richland in Columbia, SC, who travel the globe on medical missions. (
  • Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus today announced a large-scale research collaboration designed to advance the field of human genetics and precision medicine through the sharing of 450,000 DNA samples and corresponding health records from de-identified, consented patient participants in the expansive UCHealth system. (
  • Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School student Paul Lavadera expected his career would put him on the front lines of dealing with medical emergencies. (
  • If an emergency arises, you should seek appropriate emergency medical services. (
  • As an academic medical center, we train tomorrow's emergency teams. (
  • First and foremost, a mental health crisis is a medical emergency well within the sector of public health. (
  • It further encompasses an understanding of the development of pre-hospital and in-hospital emergency medical systems and the skills necessary for this development. (
  • This became the prototype for the first basic emergency medical technician training program in the United States. (
  • If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911. (
  • The University of Florence/Harvard Project in Emergency Medicine is a grant funded project between the Tuscan Ministry of Health, the University of Florence, Careggi Hospital, BIDMC and Harvard Medical International. (
  • ROC ALPS research is being conducted by the Medical College of WI's Resuscitation Research Center in partnership with the Milwaukee County Emergency Medical Services . (
  • Johns Hopkins Medicine virtual tour for prospective applicants of fellowships, residents and continuing medical education. (
  • The Division of Emergency & Disaster Global Health is purposed to advance the scientific knowledge, operational capability and capacity, and discipline-specific expertise needed to meet the unscheduled health and medical needs of people both locally and globally. (
  • People can also use the program to receive vaccinations or to replace certain medical supplies or some forms of medical equipment that were lost or damaged because of the emergency or while evacuating. (
  • Children's Medical Center Dallas has one of the busiest pediatric emergency rooms in the nation. (
  • We offer a broad introduction to all aspects of EMS Medical Direction, EMS Research, EMS Policy, and Clinical Prehospital Medicine. (
  • This preceptorship is offered to first and second year UC Davis medical students seeking exposure to clinical medicine. (
  • This course offers in depth review of clinical and medical toxicologic emergencies. (
  • As the principal resource hospital in Chicago's western suburbs, Loyola provides training and education to emergency medical technicians and paramedics in the surrounding areas. (
  • For a medical emergency, please call 911. (
  • The first in the country to do so, the UofSC School of Medicine Greenville requires first-year medical students to complete an emergency medical technician training course to certification. (
  • For Dr Landes, the dilemma was where to begin: "How do you develop an emergency medical system when there are no trained specialists? (
  • The Emergency Medicine Journal is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal that is jointly owned by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) and the BMJ Group. (
  • Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Clinical Evidence and Health Technology Assessment, with separate Editorial Boards. (
  • According to a survey they published in JAMA Internal Medicine , hospitalists frequently reported that excess workload "prevented them from fully discussing treatment options, caused delay in patient admissions and/or discharges, and worsened patient satisfaction. (
  • Emergency medicine is a fairly new specialty. (
  • Public Health includes diverse topics, but focuses on health-related social needs and mental health emergencies such as the ED Safety Assessment & Follow-up Evaluation (ED-SAFE) and large surveys. (
  • Academic Emergency Medicine 13(3): 264-268, 2006. (
  • Dr. Betz is currently receiving support from the National Institute on Aging (through a Paul Beeson Career Development Award) and is the 2014-15 President of the Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (Society of Academic Emergency Medicine). (
  • If you're looking for the Pittsburgh Mercy Health System Emergency Departments' Intranet web site, it is available here . (
  • If you're looking for my RSI (Rapid Sequence Intubation) or ACLS pocket cards, or my treatise on ABGs, you can find them on the Pittsburgh Mercy Health System Emergency Departments' web site . (
  • The program is under the direction of Thomas Cook, MD, who oversees one of more than 40 academic departments of emergency medicine that sponsors Global International Emergency Medicine Fellowships. (
  • Hospital emergency departments meeting minimum criteria as stated in the Guidelines for Adult and Mixed Emergency Departments Seeking Training Accreditation are accredited for either six, 12 or 24 months of emergency medicine training. (
  • The American journal of emergency medicine 35(7): 953-960, Jul 2017. (
  • Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 59(6): 535-538, Jun 2017. (
  • Our Emergency Medicine team consists of highly-trained specialists in Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. (
  • Canadian experts have paired with Addis Ababa University to develop a national research and training facility and graduate the country's first emergency medicine specialists. (
  • As a result of the partnership, the first Ethiopian emergency medicine specialists graduated in October 2013, with a second cohort expected in October 2014. (
  • Emergency surgeons, doctors, and nurses have mere minutes or seconds to make lifesaving treatment decisions. (
  • The primary goal of the emergency medicine clerkship is to teach the student how to recognize and manage acute life threatening conditions. (
  • UPMC's emergency capabilities stretch from this Level 1 center to Level 3 centers at other facilities in UPMC's network of 20 hospitals. (
  • Through collaboration with the brightest minds in science and medicine MCW's Centers are at the forefront of discovery and innovation. (
  • Hospitals need emergency lighting. (
  • What are the differential diagnoses for Adrenal Crisis in Emergency Medicine? (
  • This book aims to cover the important pediatric ophthalmic diagnoses that present in the emergency room. (
  • Diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) services can help people manage their diabetes during difficult times, prevent additional short- or long-term complications, and reduce the number of visits to the emergency room or hospital. (
  • But that created more demand for something like FDP, especially in situations where there was no supply of refrigerated plasma handy (like the local hospital emergency room, or even ambulances equipped with a small refrigerator. (
  • With COVID-19 continuing to spread, some might assume that the one place to avoid is a hospital emergency room. (
  • In hospital medicine, by contrast, shift work is still new. (
  • Emergency veterinarians are on duty 24/7/365 at the UC Davis veterinary hospital to assist with your emergencies. (
  • The aim is to gain a broad range of experience and the acquisition of basic skills in medicine through a variety of hospital and associated posts. (
  • EMT's are also able to work for private ambulance transport companies as well as in hospital emergency rooms in various roles. (
  • Job opportunities are also available in hospital emergency rooms. (
  • Your emergency visit to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals begins when you pull up to the circular driveway in front of the Equine Hospital. (
  • The western journal of emergency medicine 17(6): 702-708, Nov 2016. (
  • During advanced training, trainees acquire and demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are outlined in the fellowship curriculum as being required for good clinical practice in emergency medicine. (
  • The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins Children's Center allows fellows the opportunity for mentored development in a highly academic environment. (
  • The three-year fellowship is open to application from both pediatric and emergency medicine residency graduates. (
  • The ABEM/ACEP Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine guides creation of chapters and topics in this textbook, wherever possible. (
  • Multicenter Airway Research Collaboration (MARC) is an international research network focusing on respiratory/allergy emergencies such as asthma, COPD, anaphylaxis, bronchiolitis and other similar disorders. (
  • Its other goals are to foster international collaboration and to provide assistance to members of the international community to develop Emergency Medicine within the context of the healthcare needs of their own countries. (
  • The Workforce Development Center (WDC) provides training for healthcare professions, and for those looking to start a career in Emergency Medicine as a first responder. (
  • The primary examination examines the basic sciences of anatomy, pathology, physiology and pharmacology as relevant to emergency medicine. (
  • Our emergency medicine services combine advanced treatment and patient monitoring with the expertise of highly trained emergency medicine professionals. (
  • Ishii M. Endocrine Emergencies With Neurologic Manifestations. (
  • A lot of this is bedside teaching, and I give lots of lectures on different topics, one of which is 'emergency medicine core content' -- basically, the kind of stuff you find in the various emergency medicine compendium textbooks. (
  • For emergency medicine core content, at least at our 4.5-hour-long Grand Rounds, seems to work best in Socratic format (mostly because most of the other presentations use slides and it's easier to stay awake with the lights on. (
  • Our research groups are heavily involved in evidence based medicine and have produced high-quality evidence based research for over 13 years. (
  • Lynn Babcock, MD, MS, is involved in local and national pediatric emergency medicine research for over 10 years. (
  • Research is a fundamental component of Stanford Emergency Medicine International's (SEMI) long-term approach to global emergency medicine. (
  • A national panel worked for three years on guidelines for improving research on public health emergency preparedness and response. (
  • Daniel Nishijima , assistant professor of emergency medicine, received the society's Young Investigator Award for his early career accomplishments in clinical research in emergency medicine. (
  • To better equip AAU to address emergency medicine policy priorities and operational challenges, TAAAC-EM is also building research capacity. (
  • The event tests the readiness of local emergency responders through realistic simulations of life-threatening events and is a culmination of the students' training. (
  • Samuel Yang, MD, associate professor of emergency medicine, aims to develop a rapid and lower-cost method of testing and diagnosis of infections, that would in turn, inform targeted treatments. (
  • James Holmes, professor of emergency medicine, was elected to the society's board of directors. (
  • Last year, Edward Panacek, professor of emergency medicine, was honored by the society with the Hal Jayne Excellence in Education Award. (
  • There is a requirement that competence is achieved in the management of paediatric emergencies evidenced by completion of a logbook. (
  • Emergency Psychiatry reviews a wide range of common psychiatric disorders and provides succinct management guidelines. (
  • This concept has become known as the Emergency Management System (EMS). (
  • One of my jobs is teaching emergency medicine residents. (
  • The program is open to 16 Emergency Medicine residents in a 4-4-4-4 structure. (
  • Survey of Emergency Medicine Education Opportunities for Pharmacy Students and Residents. (
  • This Voices of COVID story features Stanford Medicine PA student Zach West, who was a New York City 911 paramedic when COVID-19 hit. (
  • Machine learning can be used to track surges in interest in health topics on popular online comment boards, like Reddit, according to a new study conducted during the COVID-19 outbreak by researchers in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn Medicine). (
  • Loyola Medicine is available to answer any questions you have, from the evaluation process to surgery and beyond. (
  • As it's a standard part of emergency medicine residency education these days, I'll also be adding ATLS lecture notes as I make them. (
  • Emergency Medicine (with Education). (
  • WDC offers a variety of continuing education options in Emergency Medicine to help prepare individuals to maintain their current credentials or gain new skills to advance in their careers. (
  • Simulator-based skills training for emergency procedures. (
  • The Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine publishes image-based case discussions representing the entire core curriculum and subspecialties of clinical emergency. (
  • The most downloaded articles from Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine in the last 90 days. (
  • Recently published articles from Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine. (
  • Middle East journal of emergency medicine. (
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  • For example, inspecting the home using a household safety checklist can help prevent unintentional accidents, injuries and nontraumatic emergencies. (
  • Please contact Hyperbaric Medicine at 315-464-4910 to schedule your appointment. (
  • Together with AAU partners, they developed a three-year emergency medicine curriculum that meets both Ethiopian and international standards. (
  • We offer a number of training courses and symposiums on various emergency medicine subspecialties. (

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