EMA October 2017


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This month’s EMA episode includes Reflections of a Skeptic: The History of EMA, That Was Then This is Now: Magnesium in ACS, Time To Talk A Little Nerdy: TIAs, Rick's Rants: Fluoroquinolone Black Box Warning, Jerry’s Deep Dive, The Ultra Summary, and 30 abstracts.

  1. Introduction
  2. Abstract 1 - Parent-Reported Penicillin Allergy Symptoms in the PD
  3. Abstract 2 - The ICTUS Trial
  4. Abstract 3 - Comparing Newer P2Y12 Inhibitors To Clopidogrel
  5. Abstract 4 - WVS Guidelines For Transfer Of Patients With Ruptured AAA
  6. Abstract 5 - Extracorporeral CPR For Refractory Cardiac Arrest
  7. Abstract 6 - Fibrinogen Level On Admission As a Predictor Of Massive Transfusion
  8. Abstract 7 - Traumatic Brain Injury Prediction Rules With CDS
  9. Abstract 8 - Contributors To Disparities In Thrombolysis For Stroke
  10. Abstract 9 - Safety & Efficacy / Thrombectomy In Acute Ischemic Stroke REVASCAT
  11. Abstract 10 - Combined Thrombolysis And Thrombectomy / Acute Ischemic Stroke
  12. Abstract 11 - Quality Of Acute Care And Long-Term QOL And Survival
  13. Abstract 12 - Where Do Freestanding ED's Choose To Locate?
  14. Abstract 13 - Association Between Opening Of Retail Clinics And Low-Acuity ED
  15. Abstract 14 - Characterizing The Source Of Text In EHR Progress Notes
  16. Abstract 15 - Timed Up And Go Predicts Functional Decline In Older Patients
  17. Abstract 16 - Should Docs Provide Futile Rx If Patients Or Proxies Will Pay?
  18. Abstract 17 - Physician Burnout And Identification With Medicine As A Calling
  19. Abstract 18 - How Nurse Gender Influences Patient Priority Assignments In ED’s
  20. Abstract 19 - Hospital Characteristics Predictive Of Time To Evaluation
  21. Abstract 20 - Antimicrobial Resistance In UTIs At A Large Urban ED
  22. Abstract 21 - Comparison Of IN Ketamine vs IV Morphine In Reducing Pain
  23. Abstract 22 - Downstream Imaging After ED Ultrasound Interpreted By Radiologists
  24. Abstract 23 - Retrospective Study Of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever In Children
  25. Abstract 24 - Musculoskeletal Low Back Pain In School-Aged Children
  26. Abstract 25 - Persistent Pain After MVA – Opioids vs NSAIDs Prescribed In The ED
  27. Abstract 26 - Trends In Opioid Use In Encounters Involving Phys. Trainees In EDs
  28. Abstract 27 - Pharmacy-Delivered Opioid Intervention In The ED
  29. Abstract 28 - Dexmedetomidine For The Rx Of Refractory Heroin Withdrawal
  30. Abstract 29 - Influence Of Lidocaine Temperature On Pain During Sub-Q Injection
  31. Abstract 30 - Missed Injuries And Readmissions In Pediatric Trauma Patients
  32. Reflections of a Skeptic: The History of EMA
  33. That Was Then This is Now: Magnesium in ACS
  34. Time To Talk A Little Nerdy: TIAs
  35. Rick's Rants: Fluoroquinolone Black Box Warning
  36. Jerry’s Deep Dive: October 2017
  37. The Ultra Summary

Jan Shoenberger, MD FAAEM • Jerry Hoffman, MD • Jessica Mason, MD • Ken Milne, MD • Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM • Ramin Tabatabai, MD • Rick Bukata, MD • Stuart Swadron, MD FAAEM

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