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Safer to Hold Off on Intubating Comatose, Intoxicated Patients, Trial Finds

Holding off on intubation for patients in a coma with suspected acute

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Discharge Against Medical Advice More Likely for Black Patients at the ED

Black and Hispanic patients at the emergency department (ED) were more likely

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High-Sensitivity Troponin Test May Overestimate Risk in PE

For patients with hemodynamically stable pulmonary embolism (PE), there was no prognostic

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Emergency Physicians Group Votes to Bar Use of the Term ‘Excited Delirium’

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) voted to stop using the

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Cryoprecipitate, REBOA Flop for Improving Major Hemorrhage Outcomes

Two newer approaches to management of major hemorrhage missed the mark in

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Black Patients at Higher Risk for Physical Restraint in the ED

Although the use of physical restraint was generally uncommon in the emergency

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