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Emergency Medicine Topics



  • Palliative Care Principles for Emergency Providers

    Palliative care can be accessed at any stage of serious illness, using a multidisciplinary team of health care professionals looking at aspects of a patient’s care including input from family at every level. The team works collaboratively with the primary medical team to maximize symptom control, improve quality of life, and support patients and families.

  • Osteoarthritis

    MONOGRAPH: It's important to understand patients who come to the ED with undifferentiated symptoms, including joint pain.

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common in the emergency department. In fact, UTIs were the most common bacterial infection encountered in ambulatory settings in 2007 and the most common primary diagnosis for women visiting the emergency department.

  • Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims in the Emergency Department

    You may have seen a case of human trafficking and not recognized it. Emergency physicians can play a role in identifying victims and mobilizing resources for them.