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Emergency Medicine

Our emergency medicine publications offer the latest in pediatric trauma, emergency department management, and more. Plus, with our growing library, you'll gain coverage on dedicated topics alongside LLSA prep with ACEP Category credits included.

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Explore the issues inside our hospital management library. Topics include hospital risk management, EMTALA regulations, and case management skills. Publications provide ANCC, CCMC, and California Board of Registered Nursing credits.

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Issues within our clinical medicine publications stay on the pulse of integrative medicine, primary care, women's health, and beyond while offering ACCME, ABIM MOC points, AOA Category 2-B credits, and AAFP CME.

The Latest

Computer-Interpreted ECGs Sometimes Miss Acute Coronary Occlusion

Emergency physicians can shield against risk by viewing ECGs of chest pain patients immediately to identify subtle signs of acute coronary occlusion.

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Poll: Many Americans Delay Emergency Care Over Boarding Concerns

A survey by the American College of Emergency Physicians reveals nearly half of U.S. adults worry they will have to wait many hours before admission or transfer.

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Integrating Reproductive History Could Help Postmenopausal Women’s Long-Term Brain Health

Researchers observed patients with higher cumulative estrogen exposure throughout their life may be at lower risk of developing cerebral small vessel disease.

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Editors' Picks

A Fresh Approach to Helping High-Needs Patients Who Repeatedly Use the ED

Care providers treat frequent ED visits as a symptom rather than the problem itself.

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Lack of Trust and Knowledge Hinders Genetic Research Recruitment

Try using lay language to better explain genetic research as part of the informed consent process. Addressing participants’ concerns carefully may help gain participants’ trust in research, and thus improve recruitment of diverse patient populations.

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How Many Steps a Day Will Improve Patients’ Longevity?

A systematic review and meta-analysis of studies of the association of step counts and cadence with all-cause mortality and cardiovascular events showed the benefits in these outcomes are statistically significant, at about 2,600 steps/day and peak at about 8,000 steps/day. Also, faster step cade...

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CDC Draft Revamps Airborne Precautions, Calls for N95s

The “outdated dichotomy” of droplet-airborne precautions is history.

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Nurse Care Managers Facilitate Opioid Use Disorder Treatment in Primary Care Offices

The PROUD trial reduced barriers to initiating opioid use disorder treatment by embedding nurse care managers in primary care offices.

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Shoot The Three: Vaccines Ready For Flu, RSV, COVID

Unfortunately, vaccine apathy, hesitation and outright resistance have become the norm for millions of people.

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Featured Books

Pediatric Trauma 2024: Be Ready to Treat Children with Serious Injuries

The latest installment in an award-winning series, Pediatric Trauma 2024: Be Ready to Treat Children with Serious Injuries facilitates excellence by covering the latest scientific information on caring for children who present with traumatic injuries. Perfect for pediatric trauma program...

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STEMI Watch 2023

STEMI Watch 2023: Excellence in Diagnosis and Care provides physicians and staff with a concise and practical update on ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI).

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Soul Shock: The Mental Health Crisis in Healthcare Professionals

Soul Shock: The Mental Health Crisis in Healthcare Professionals explores moral injury, burnout, depression, and other mental health crises faced by healthcare professionals, including techniques to cope and improve mental health.

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