Mathews, who is an assistant professor of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine and of emergency medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. ... Boarding of patients destined for the ICU is common. In a national survey of
ED physicians identified 22 admissions as potentially preventable (5.5%), while the medicine physicians identified 76 (19%) as such. ... At this point, where patient care transitions from [emergency medicine] to [general medicine], [emergency medicine]
Bebarta, professor of emergency medicine, medical toxicology, and pharmacology at the University of Colorado in Denver. ... Chai, MD, an assistant professor of emergency medicine and medical toxicology at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
Those with the lowest hours were pediatric emergency medicine (-440 hours vs. ... Yet hospitalists and emergency medicine doctors are exceptions to the trend, as their jobs usually involve fixed, hourly shifts with limited work hours per day or month,
The paper's author, Benjamin C. Sun, MD, associate professor in the department of emergency medicine at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, attributes this diagnostic inefficiency to two things: insufficient ... At UNTHSC, there will be a
10. ACP Hospitalist recently spoke with lead author Kenneth A. Michelson, MD, MPH, an assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston, about the policy and ... Q: What motivated this research? A: I'm a
Drs. de Waldemar and Wajner are specialists in internal medicine and emergency medicine. ... Dr. Barcellos is a specialist in internal medicine, emergency medicine, and critical care and an internal medicine professor at Hospital Conceição.
The guideline, which was written in collaboration with the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, was published online March 9 by theand.
of Emergency Medicine. ... For example, if patients are waiting for medications to take home with them, having medications delivered to the lounge could be a solution, according to the Annals of Emergency Medicine study.
complications after STEMI (e.g., cardiogenic shock). The guideline's writing committee was made up of experts from cardiovascular medicine, interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, heart failure, cardiac surgery, emergency medicine, internal