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The Most Trusted News Source in Emergency Medicine An award-winning news magazine for the nation's 37,000 emergency physicians published by Wolters Kluwer, Emergency Medicine News provides breaking coverage of advances, trends, and issues within the field, as well as clinical commentary by Editorial Board Chairman James R. Roberts, MD, a leader in the field, Edwin Leap, MD, Leon Gussow, MD, Jennifer Wiler, MD, Ravi Morchi, MD, Darren Braude, MD, and Graham Walker, MD, among many others. The newspaper features comprehensive special reports, illuminating profiles, and dynamic editorials. Physicians who are registered with the AMA/AOA as having a primary specialty related to emergency medicine are eligible for a free subscription. To order EMN or for other Subscription Services, please visit www.myEMNsub.com. You may also call (800)430-5450 or send an email to [email protected]. You will need your account number, located above your name on your mailing label.

The futility of cardioversion is obvious, and just distracts from rate control and anticoagulant use, says Rory Spiegel,...
05/17/2019
Emergency Medicine News

The futility of cardioversion is obvious, and just distracts from rate control and anticoagulant use, says Rory Spiegel, MD, in this article ahead of print: http://bit.ly/EMNNewsBlog

This blog is dedicated to breaking news and EMN articles published ahead of print. Tell us what you think and talk with your colleagues about articles posted here.

The case of a patient with severe lactic acidosis from agitation taught Dr. Loice Swisher that intubation is not always ...
05/16/2019

The case of a patient with severe lactic acidosis from agitation taught Dr. Loice Swisher that intubation is not always necessary for treating this condition. #FOAMed http://bit.ly/EMN-Lions-and-Tigers-and-Bears

05/16/2019

Dry drowning is not a thing, but many people still believe it is. We have all you need to know about this myth in today’s enews: http://bit.ly/EMN-DryDrowning

A provider in triage is an improvised solution that does not fix the backlog of ED boarders, but it keeps the patient fl...
05/15/2019
News: Becoming a PIT Believer : Emergency Medicine News

A provider in triage is an improvised solution that does not fix the backlog of ED boarders, but it keeps the patient flow moving, reducing the LWBS rate in one hospital from 6.5 percent to less than two percent.

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CPAP use for respiratory failure from pulmonary edema is a rational return to individualized use of NIV, says Rick Pesca...
05/15/2019
Emergency Medicine News

CPAP use for respiratory failure from pulmonary edema is a rational return to individualized use of NIV, says Rick Pescatore, DO, in this article AHEAD OF PRINT. http://bit.ly/EMNNewsBlog

This blog is dedicated to breaking news and EMN articles published ahead of print. Tell us what you think and talk with your colleagues about articles posted here.

05/14/2019
Emergency Medicine News

Drs. Ali Raja and Rick Pescatore say they’ll think twice before cardioverting every patient with atrial fibrillation in their latest EMN Live podcast. #FOAMed

Emergency Medicine’s #1 Journal Publication: Clinical advances and trends from the most trusted emergency medical news source in emergency medicine.

Dr. James Roberts and Ms. Martha Roberts say ultrasound may replace CT and x-ray as the gold standard in diagnosing pneu...
05/12/2019

Dr. James Roberts and Ms. Martha Roberts say ultrasound may replace CT and x-ray as the gold standard in diagnosing pneumothorax. #FOAMed http://bit.ly/EMN-ProceduralPause

Trouble finding a hyperbaric chamber on night or weekend shifts? Drs. Rick Pescatore and Ali Raja say a new device calle...
05/07/2019
Emergency Medicine News

Trouble finding a hyperbaric chamber on night or weekend shifts? Drs. Rick Pescatore and Ali Raja say a new device called ClearMate could be a game changer to clear CO. Listen to their latest podcast! #FOAMed

Emergency Medicine’s #1 Journal Publication: Clinical advances and trends from the most trusted emergency medical news source in emergency medicine.

Dr. Larry Mellick says racemic epinephrine’s benefits in patients with croup, asthma, and bronchiolitis have been over...
05/05/2019

Dr. Larry Mellick says racemic epinephrine’s benefits in patients with croup, asthma, and bronchiolitis have been overshadowed by unfounded rumors of its adverse effects. #FOAMed http://bit.ly/EMN-Mellick

Drs. Alice Lee and Elisa Dannemiller try to figure out what’s going on with two patients with memory problems. Watch t...
05/03/2019
Emergency Medicine News

Drs. Alice Lee and Elisa Dannemiller try to figure out what’s going on with two patients with memory problems. Watch the screencast to see how they go step by step to figure it out. #FOAMed

Dr. Lee shares what she has learned as an emergency physician in a high-acuity, high-volume hospital over her 26-year career in a monthly screencast — a podcast coupled with slides — where she discusses fascinating and interesting cases with colleagues. They dissect each case from presentation ...

Be the first to read the latest issue with articles from Drs. James Roberts, Edwin Leap, Christine Butts, Sandra Scott S...
05/01/2019

Be the first to read the latest issue with articles from Drs. James Roberts, Edwin Leap, Christine Butts, Sandra Scott Simons, Rory Spiegel, Dan Runde, Leon Gussow, Graham Walker, Richard Pescatore, Dustin Ballard, David Vinson, Michelle Johnston, Thomas Cook, Alex Mohseni, Bonnie Kaplan, Katherine Dolbec, Matt Bivens, Peter Patitsas, Tracy Parrish, Hemang Acharya, Alice Lee, Brady Pregerson, Larry Mellick, Loice Swisher, Gregory LaSala, Rita McKeever, and Jolene Yehl at www.EM-news.com!

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05/01/2019

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Don’t change your sepsis protocols yet, says Justin Morgenstern, MD, but CENSER was a promising RCT showing early nore...
05/01/2019
Emergency Medicine News

Don’t change your sepsis protocols yet, says Justin Morgenstern, MD, but CENSER was a promising RCT showing early norepinephrine improved some disease-oriented outcomes. Read this article AHEAD OF PRINT: http://bit.ly/EMNNewsBlog

This blog is dedicated to breaking news and EMN articles published ahead of print. Tell us what you think and talk with your colleagues about articles posted here.

New issue coming out tomorrow. Find out when it goes live. Sign up for our eTOC at www.EM-News.com. (Click “Subscribe ...
04/30/2019

New issue coming out tomorrow. Find out when it goes live. Sign up for our eTOC at www.EM-News.com. (Click “Subscribe to eTOC” at bottom of home page)

Dr. Ryan Stanton brings home news stories about Anthem denying coverage with these firsthand accounts from patients. Lis...
04/27/2019
Emergency Medicine News

Dr. Ryan Stanton brings home news stories about Anthem denying coverage with these firsthand accounts from patients. Listen to the EverydayMed podcast at http://bit.ly/EMN-EverydayMed!

Emergency Medicine’s #1 Journal Publication: Clinical advances and trends from the most trusted emergency medical news source in emergency medicine.

Drs. Alice Lee and Christian Patterson look for HINTS in pts who presented with dizziness and ataxia. Watch her screenca...
04/26/2019
Emergency Medicine News

Drs. Alice Lee and Christian Patterson look for HINTS in pts who presented with dizziness and ataxia. Watch her screencast for tips on making this difficult diagnosis that is easy to miss. #FOAMed

Dr. Lee shares what she has learned as an emergency physician in a high-acuity, high-volume hospital over her 26-year career in a monthly screencast — a podcast coupled with slides — where she discusses fascinating and interesting cases with colleagues. They dissect each case from presentation ...

04/25/2019
Emergency Medicine News

Drs. Ali Raja and Rick Pescatore run the gamut of interesting topics in their latest EMN Live podcast: second opinions in the ED, apneic preoxygenation, and shoulder reduction techniques. Bonus points for finding the common thread! #FOAMed

Emergency Medicine’s #1 Journal Publication: Clinical advances and trends from the most trusted emergency medical news source in emergency medicine.

EPs may soon see more cancer pts in their ED because of immunotherapy. Want more info? Leave your questions in the comme...
04/24/2019
Immunotherapy-Related Toxicities in the ED: A Case Study Approach

EPs may soon see more cancer pts in their ED because of immunotherapy. Want more info? Leave your questions in the comments below, and Monica Wattana, MD, Isabella C. Glitza Oliva, MD, PhD, and Demis Lipe, MD, will answer them in our free webinar on April 25! Register at the link below now.

Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 06:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time.

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