Emergency Medicine PracticeEvidence-Based Management Of Acute Hand Injuries In The Emergency Department (Trauma CME)
Although injuries of the hand are infrequently life-threatening, they are common in the ED and are associated with significant patient morbidity and medicolegal risk for physi¬cians. For an in-depth review of the clinical evaluation and management of high-morbidity hand injuries, read the latest issue Emergency Medicine Practice.
Pediatric EM PracticeEmergency Department Management Of Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding In Pediatric Patients
Children presenting with life-threatening causes of acute upper GI bleeding are uncommon in the emergency department, but significant morbidity can result if there are delays in recognition and treatment. Effective management begins with recognizing basic signs and symptoms, and timely recognition will aid in determining the most appropriate evaluation and intervention.
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