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Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Emergency Medicine's Top Stories of 2013 — Physician’s First Watch

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January 7, 2014

Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Emergency Medicine's Top Stories of 2013

By the NEJM Journal Watch Editors

A perspective on the most important studies in emergency medicine from the past year.

Among them, according to emergency medicine editor Ron Walls: new clarity on compression-only CPR, rapid blood pressure control during acute intracranial hemorrhage, and the endlessly distracting etomidate-in-sepsis argument. Iconoclastic studies challenged the Wells and modified Geneva scores for acute pulmonary embolism, and the Alvarado score for appendicitis.

Reader Comments (6)

MICHAEL HORAN

very nice

GURMEET K KALRA

I WOULD LIKE TO READ THESE

C Kelley

summary

Silvano Rodríguez MD Physician, Hematology, Santiago , Republica Dominicana

Ver y interés tiñe.

leo semes, OD

enlightening

Saadun Abdullah Physician, Cardiology, South East England

Very useful articles that can help to keep me up to date with emergency medicine

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