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ROCHESTER, MN – Emergency physicians need to be quick on the trigger when administering epinephrine to patients presenting with symptoms of a severe allergic reaction, according to new guidelines.
DENVER – Most emergency physicians know that bath salts aren’t only something to pour into a tub for a relaxing soak or that plant food isn’t just a way to provide nutrients to begonias.
SALT LAKE CITY – A new sliding scale model is more accurate than current diagnostic methods in helping emergency physicians rule out pulmonary embolisms in older patients, according to a recent study.
ATLANTA – With 44 hospitals designated as Ebola treatment centers by public health officials as of mid December, more than 80% of returning travelers from Ebola-stricken countries now live within 200 miles of such a facility in the United States.