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A new study confirms what emergency medicine staffers have been saying for years: They are getting a bad rap about their role in opioid prescribing.
As of mid-January, about 9,000 Americans with laboratory-confirmed influenza had sought care for their respiratory ailments and were admitted to the hospital, according to data from the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Is your emergency department struggling to reduce unnecessary admissions of older patients? Three large urban hospitals appear to have come up with a way to do that.
If it seems like you are treating a lot more patients for adverse effects related to alcohol use, here are some government statistics to back up your observation.
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