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First Trimester Pregnancy Emergencies: Recognition and Management

Authors: Ryan Pedigo, MD

Patients in their first trimester of pregnancy frequently present to the emergency department (ED) with both obstetric and nonobstetric complaints that range from benign to life-threatening for both mother and fetus. Managing these patients is an important skill, but a recent survey. . .

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice

Management of Pediatric Hypothermia and Peripheral Cold Injuries in the Emergency Department

Authors: Ashish Shah, MD; Manu Madhok, MD

Infants, children, and adolescents are at higher risk for primary cold injuries due to a combination of physiologic and cognitive factors, but quick rewarming and appropriate disposition can result in survival and improved neurological outcomes. Treatment for cold injuries is guided by severity and can include passive or active measures.
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