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(American Journal of Emergency Medicine[TA])
10,778 results
  • Emergency department mortality: Fair and square. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Emerg Med 2018 Aug 13
  • Saban M, Patito H, … Darawsha A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The therapeutic approach used for EOL patients in the ED depends on variables in all three treatment layers: patient, medical staff, and ED setting. Applicable national programs should be developed to ensure that no external factors influence the dying-process decision.
  • Urgent care peripheral nerve blocks for refractory trigeminal neuralgia. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Emerg Med 2018 Aug 08
  • Perloff MD, Chung JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: The treatment paradigm for TGN remains unclear when a patient fails conservative medical therapy. In this case series, many patients achieved rapid and sustained TGN pain relief with peripheral trigeminal nerve blocks. This modality should be considered as a potential therapeutic option in the ED or urgent care setting.
  • National trends in stroke and TIA care in U.S. emergency departments and inpatient hospitalizations (2006-2014). [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Emerg Med 2018 Aug 08
  • Bedaiwi II, Alfaraj SZ, Pines JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Over this nine-year study period, the average age of stroke & TIA patients was unchanged in U.S. hospitals; however, the proportion with Medicaid insurance increased considerably. Stroke incidence increased while TIA decreased slightly. Full inpatient hospitalizations are declining for both conditions, while transfers are on the rise. Average inpatient costs increased dramatically for all three conditions while mortality for stroke & ICH fell significantly.
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