Emergency Medicine PracticeEmergency Department Management Of Acute Infective Endocarditis
Infective endocarditis is a disease that may affect both native and prosthetic cardiac valves, and it ranges in severity from subacute to acute.
Pediatric EM PracticeEvidence-Based Management Of Neonatal Vomiting In The Emergency Department Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice
Vomiting accounts for up to 36% of neonatal visits to the emergency department; however, available evidence to guide the diagnosis and management of neonatal vomiting in the emergency department is limited.
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