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Study compares three head injury decision rules that could help minimize CT scans in children

Study compares three head injury decision rules that could help minimize CT scans in children

Intranasal administration of medications becoming more popular in emergency departments

Intranasal administration of medications becoming more popular in emergency departments

Children more adversely affected from ATV-related accidents than adults

Children more adversely affected from ATV-related accidents than adults

Researchers develop new tool to gauge young adult patient's firearm violence risk

Researchers develop new tool to gauge young adult patient's firearm violence risk

MUSC researchers provide first systemic evidence for safe use of tPA in stroke patients with SCD

MUSC researchers provide first systemic evidence for safe use of tPA in stroke patients with SCD

New study finds link between neural tube defects in infants and neurodegenerative diseases

New study finds link between neural tube defects in infants and neurodegenerative diseases

UTSA students awarded $50,000 grant NSF grant to develop infrared vein-finding camera

UTSA students awarded $50,000 grant NSF grant to develop infrared vein-finding camera

Children's hands may carry significant levels of nicotine, study shows

Children's hands may carry significant levels of nicotine, study shows

Hand-held EEG device can quickly assess brain bleeding in head injuries

Hand-held EEG device can quickly assess brain bleeding in head injuries

Adding anticoagulation medication use as EMS triage criteria could save lives of older adults

Adding anticoagulation medication use as EMS triage criteria could save lives of older adults

Study finds food scarcity, poor oral health to be major risk factors for malnutrition among older adults

Study finds food scarcity, poor oral health to be major risk factors for malnutrition among older adults

Sphere Medical introduces new functionality to Proxima platform for efficient critical care patient monitoring

Sphere Medical introduces new functionality to Proxima platform for efficient critical care patient monitoring

Shortage of low blood pressure drug for patients with septic shock linked to elevated risk of death

Shortage of low blood pressure drug for patients with septic shock linked to elevated risk of death

Many Canadian family doctors still use manual devices to measure blood pressure, study shows

Many Canadian family doctors still use manual devices to measure blood pressure, study shows

Clinical study to examine whether antibiotics can be safe, effective alternative to appendectomy

Clinical study to examine whether antibiotics can be safe, effective alternative to appendectomy

Variation in hospital-level resources may impact diagnostic evaluation of children with appendicitis

Variation in hospital-level resources may impact diagnostic evaluation of children with appendicitis

ER visits may serve as effective 'teachable moments' for drug use, study suggests

ER visits may serve as effective 'teachable moments' for drug use, study suggests

Promising new drug may offer effective treatment for heart failure patients

Promising new drug may offer effective treatment for heart failure patients

Evaluation system for emergency medicine residents shines light on potential gender bias

Evaluation system for emergency medicine residents shines light on potential gender bias

Study finds gender bias among emergency medicine residents during training programs

Study finds gender bias among emergency medicine residents during training programs