July 13, 2018 - Atlanta, GA – Emergency Medicine Practice, the premier evidence-based emergency medicine journal, is pleased to announce its latest issue on “Emergency Department Management of Dyspnea in the Dying Patient.” The issue is authored by Ashley Shreves, MD and Trevor R. Pour, MD. The article was reviewed by Ethan Cowan, MD, MS and Michael Turchiano, MD. A companion free podcast summary, EMplify, and an executive summary, Points & Pearls, is also available for each issue.
“We are focused on providing only the highest quality, practical, and evidence-based information to our readers. We always work diligently on partnering with the best medical experts to author and peer review each issue,” – says Dorothy Whisenhunt, Director of Editorial. The current issue on “Emergency Department Management of Dyspnea in the Dying Patient” cited over 75 references and provides key points in management of dyspnea in the dying patients in the emergency department.
Emergency Medicine Practice is a MEDLINE®-indexed journal. The PubMed ID of the current issue is 29949707. The issue can be found at www.EBMedicine.net or by clicking here. It was published on July 1, 2018 and distributed to all Emergency Medicine Practice subscribers. The issue is eligible for 4 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.
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EB Medicine is the premier publisher of evidence-based clinical content for emergency medicine clinicians. Monthly journals — including Emergency Medicine Practice, and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice — are delivered in print, digital, and mobile formats, with podcasts and executive summaries also available online. In partnership with www.MDCalc.com, reviews of relevant clinical decision tools from www.MDCalc.com, Calculated Decisions, are also published. The journal articles address real challenges in diagnosis and treatment and give actionable recommendations based upon the latest research and best available evidence. These publications provide ongoing education and guidance to physicians, residents, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. For more information, visit www.ebmedicine.net.