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The Use of Tranexamic Acid to Reduce the Need for Nasal Packing in Epistaxis (NoPAC): Randomized Controlled Trial

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Annals of Emergency Medicine - Epistaxis is a common emergency department (ED) presentation and, if simple first aid measures fail, can lead to a need for anterior nasal packing....

Pain Dose Ketamine – What Dose is Best? — JournalFeed

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JournalFeed - In patients given pain dose IV sub-dissociative ketamine, a lower dose (0.15mg/kg) was non-inferior to a higher dose (0.30mg/kg) for pain relief at 30...

PPE Shortage Index indicates the PPE crisis continues | Get Us PPE

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Get Us PPE - Get Us PPE has the largest non-governmental database of PPE shortages in the U.S. Here’s a summary of PPE data on the ongoing...

Top 10 presenting diagnoses of homeless veterans seeking care at emergency departments

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ScienceDirect - The health concerns that spur care-seeking in emergency departments (EDs) among homeless populations are not well described. The Veterans Affairs...

See How Covid-19 Has Tested the Limits of Hospitals and Staff

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New York Times - Throughout the past year, the long stays and close monitoring required to care for Covid-19 patients have presented an uphill battle for medical...

A simple rule of thumb for knowing when the pandemic is over — The Atlantic

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Apple News - At some point—maybe even soon—the emergency phase of the pandemic will end. But what, exactly, is that magic...

Does Patient-Physician Gender Concordance Influence Patient Perceptions or Outcomes?:

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Journal of the American College of Cardiology - 1. Tsugawa Y., Jena A.B., Figueroa J.F., Orav E.J., Blumenthal D.M., Jha A.K. “Comparison of hospital mortality and readmission rates for Medicare patients treated...

The American Journal of Emergency Medicine - After initial emergency department (ED) management of acute renal colic, recurrent or ongoing severe pain is the usual pathway to ED revisits, hospitalizations and...

NEJM Journal Watch - NEJM Journal Watch reviews over 250 scientific and medical journals to present important clinical research findings and insightful...

www.physiciansweekly.com - In recent years, a number of emergency department (ED)-based interventions have been developed to provide supports and/or treatment linkage for people who use opioids....