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Raw survival among all ED patients was unchanged, but an adjusted analysis suggested a mortality benefit ..read more
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Point-of-care ultrasound experts were able to identify a “concerning” FAST exam in pediatric patients that had high specificity for ..read more
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In this observational study, longer delays were associated with greater mortality, but only in the sickest patients ..read more
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In this prospective observational study, deep sedation in the emergency department was not clearly associated with worse clinical outcomes ..read more
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In this randomized study, there were no differences in first-attempt or overall intubation success between the two methods when performed ..read more
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The CDC is now investigating nearly 100 possible cases of severe pulmonary disease linked to vaping, including e-cigarette use. They are ..read more
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A large randomized trial has shown no association between PPI use and most of the adverse outcomes noted in observational studies ..read more
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Physical exam, transcranial Doppler, and head computed tomography findings were found to be nearly useless in this meta-analysis, whereas ..read more
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This randomized, controlled study found no additional benefit over oral acetaminophen alone at 60 minutes in adults with closed limb or ..read more
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After 2008, nonopioid and opioid cough and cold medication recommendations fell for children younger than 2 years but did not change for ..read more

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