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Emergent Injuries To Children And Adolescents Due To Electricity And Lightning Strikes
Aug 2005
In this issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine PRACTICE, we will examine the impact of both generated electricity (low- and high-voltage sources) and lightning strikes on the pediatric population, and detail treatment options that have been proven to decrease the potentially devastating negative outcomes we see when the human body comes into contact with this potent force of nature.
Evidence-Based Assessment And Treatment Of Acute Headache In Children And Adolescents In The ED
May 2005
This issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine PRACTICE uses an evidence-based approach for evaluating nontraumatic headache in children and adolescents seen in the ED. The article emphasizes the life-threatening causes of headache and discusses the literature regarding the evaluation and treatment of this young population.
Syncope An ED Approach To Risk Stratification
Jan 2004
This issue of Emergency Medicine Practice is designed to help clinicians maximize the ED work-up of syncope as well as differentiate those patients who are at high risk for an adverse outcome from those who can safely be discharged home.
Transient Ischemic Attacks: Transient Trouble Or Action-Warranted Attacks?
Oct 2003
Atransient ischemic attack (TIA) is a neurologic deficit caused by ischemia to the brain that, by classic definition, completely resolves within 24 hours. Although there is complete resolution of signs and symptoms, the incident is understandably alarming for the patient and his or her family, raising numerous questions and sometimes panicked responses. In contrast, because patients are usually asymptomatic by the time they present to the ED, many physicians are "underwhelmed" by the situation and do not react with appropriate immediacy.
Weakness: A Systematic Approach To Acute, Non-traumatic, Neurologic And Neuromuscular Causes
Dec 2002
Weakness possibly represents the quintessential nonspecific ED complaint. Simply elucidating what a patient means by "weakness" can be challenging. Perhaps the only more vexing complaint than weakness is the combination of weakness and its equally frustrating companion - "dizziness." (See also the March 2001 issue of Emergency Medicine Practice, "The Dizzy Patient: An Evidence-Based Diagnosis And Treatment Strategy.") Having a systematic approach greatly reduces the angst associated with this common ED complaint.
The Dizzy Patient: An Evidence-Based Diagnosis And Treatment Strategy
Mar 2001
This issue of Emergency Medicine Practice will review the causes of "dizziness" and provide a basic framework for efficient and effective management.
Seizures: Accurate Diagnosis And Effective Treatment
Oct 2000
This issue of Emergency Medicine Practice provides an update in seizure diagnosis and management.
Pain Management In The ED: Prompt, Cost-Effective, State-Of-The-Art Strategies
Dec 1999
Pain Management In The ED: Prompt, Cost-Effective, State-Of-The-Art Strategies
Code Stroke: A State-Of- The-Art Strategy For Rapid Assessment And Treatment
Jul 1999
This issue of Emergency Medicine Practice provides a structured approach to evaluating patients with acute stroke symptoms. It describes a procedure for the expeditious, yet thorough, assessment of patients.
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