Direct vs Video Laryngoscopy for Difficult Airway Patients in the Emergency Department: A National Emergency Airway Registry Study.
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Modeling Emergency Department crowding: Restoring the balance between demand for and supply of emergency medicine. Ansah, John Pastor; Ahmad, Salman; Lee, Lin Hui; Shen, Yuzeng; Ong, Marcus Eng Hock; Matchar, David Bruce; Schoenenberger, Lukas (PloS one, 2021-01-12)Emergency Departments (EDs) worldwide are confronted with rising patient volumes causing significant strains on both Emergency Medicine and entire healthcare systems. Consequently, many EDs are in a situation where the number ...
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Sex differences in the prevalence and correlates of emergency department utilization among adults with prescription opioid use disorder. John, William S; Wu, Li-Tzy (Substance use & misuse, 2019-01)BACKGROUND:The emergency department (ED) is well-suited as an opportunity to increase treatment access for prescription opioid use disorder (POUD). We examined sex differences in ED utilization among individuals with POUD ...