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- Tags: Emergency Medical Services
Tags: 2019, Ackerman MH, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Aged 80 and over, Air Ambulances, Air medical journal, Aircraft, Child, Child Preschool, Emergency Medical Services, Female, Grabowski RL, Healthcare Failure Mode and Effect Analysis/methods, Hospital List, Humans, Infant, journalArticle, Male, McNett M, Middle Aged, Mion LC, Quality Improvement, Schubert C, Triage/standards, Young Adult
Tags: 2009, Academic Emergency Medicine, acute pain, cognitive, Department of Family & Community Medicine, department patients, elderly emergency, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medicine, Emergency Service, Force Saem Geriatric Task, Geriatrics, Gerson L W, Health Care, Health Services for the Aged, hip fracture patients, Hospital, Hustey F M, Hwang U, impairment, Journal Article, Miller D K, NEOMED College of Medicine, nursing-homes, of health care, of-care, older emergency, quality, Quality Indicators, Terrell K M, Transitional Care, Wenger N S
Tags: 2006, Cause of Death – Trends, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency medicine clinics of North America, Emergency Service – Administration, Emergency Service – Trends, Gerson L W, Health Behavior, Health Promotion – Methods, NEOMED College of Medicine, Preventive Health Care – Administration, Stiffler KA
Tags: 2012, Adult, Aged, Allied Health, Auscultation – Education, Carney JA, Child, Clinical Competence, Competency Assessment, Computer Simulation, Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Education, Education Research, Educational Status, Emergency Medical Services, Gastrointestinal Motility, Haller NA, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds, Human, Journal of Emergency Medicine (0736-4679), Lecat PJ, Martin SW, Middle Age, NEOMED College of Medicine, Pakiela JA, Preschool, Pretest-Posttest Design, Qualitative Studies, Quantitative Studies, Questionnaires, Respiratory Sounds, Simon EL, Stethoscopes, Students, Williams CJ
Tags: 2013, Cunningham Carol, Department of Emergency Medicine, Drugs, Emergency Medical Services, EMS Insider, Generic – Economics, Government Agencies – Classification, NEOMED College of Medicine, Organizational Compliance, Patient Safety, Pharmaceutical Companies, prehospital care, Prescription – Supply and Distribution, Problem Solving, Scope of Practice
Tags: 2013, Child, Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medicine, Geis Gary L, Government Agencies, Medical Practice, Multidisciplinary Care Team, Patterson Mary D, Pediatrics, Professional Competence – Evaluation, Quality of Health Care, Safety, Simulations, Skill Acquisition – Evaluation, Specialization, Teamwork, Transportation of Patients – Methods
Tags: 2013, Academic Medical Centers, Angioplasty, Bhalla Mary Colleen, Cardiac Patients – Evaluation, Celik Daniel H, Chest Pain – Diagnosis, Confidence Intervals, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Databases, DeAngelis Anthony, Demography, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Service, Female, Frey Jennifer A, Human, Male, Mencl Francis R, Middle Age, Myocardial Infarction – Diagnosis, Myocardial Infarction – Symptoms, Myocardial Infarction – Therapy, NEOMED College of Medicine, Outcomes (Health Care), Patient Care, Percutaneous Coronary, prehospital care, Prehospital Emergency Care, Prospective Studies, Race Factors, ST Segment – Evaluation, Steer Sheila H, Transluminal, Wilber Scott T, Wilde Joshua
Ethyl vinyl chloride vapocoolant spray fails to decrease pain associated with intravenous cannulation in children.
Tags: 2006, Adolescent, Akron Children's Hospital, Catheterization, Central Venous/*adverse effects, Child, Christopher Norman C, Clinical pediatrics, Costello Mary, Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Emergency Medical Services, Ethyl Chloride/administration & dosage/*therapeutic use, Female, Humans, Male, NEOMED College of Medicine, Pain/*prevention & control, Placebos, Powell Keith R, Ramundo Maria, Treatment Failure, Vinyl Chloride
Willingness and Ability of Older Adults in the Emergency Department to Provide Clinical Information Using a Tablet Computer.
Tags: *aged, *Attitude to Computers, *Computers, *Data Collection, *Elderly, *emergency department, *Emergency Service, 2016, 80 and over, Academic Medical Centers, Academic Medical Centers – North Carolina, Aged, Brahmandam Sruti, Braz Valerie A, Computers, Confidence Intervals, Convenience Sample, Cross Sectional Studies, CROSS-sectional method, Cross-Sectional Studies, Descriptive Statistics, Emergency Care – In Old Age, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Service, Female, Handheld, Holland Wesley C, Hospital, HOSPITAL emergency services, Human, Humans, Hunold Katherine M, Jones Christopher W, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, LONGITUDINAL method, Male, Mangipudi Sowmya A, Mass Screening/*instrumentation, MEDICAL cooperation, Medlin Richard P, Multicenter Studies, New Jersey, North Carolina, OLD age, Patient Attitudes – Evaluation – In Old Age, PATIENTS' attitudes, Platts-Mills Timothy F, Portable – Utilization – In Old Age, PORTABLE computers, Prospective Studies, Research, SCALE analysis (Psychology), Scales, STATISTICAL sampling, Summated Rating Scaling, Surveys and Questionnaires, United States, User-Computer Interface
Consensus statement on advancing research in emergency department operations and its impact on patient care.
Tags: 2015, Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Chang Anna Marie, Congresses and Conferences, Consensus, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medicine, Emergency Service, Health Services Research/*organization & administration, Hospital/*organization & administration/standards, Humans, Information Dissemination, Jouriles Nick, Multicenter Studies as Topic, NEOMED College of Medicine, Outcome Assessment (Health Care), Patient Care – Methods, Patient Care/*trends, Pines Jesse M, Public Health, Qualitative Studies, Research – Evaluation, Systems Analysis, Ward Michael J, Yealy Donald M, Yiadom Maame Yaa A B
Optimal older adult emergency care: Introducing multidisciplinary geriatric emergency department guidelines from the American College of Emergency Physicians, American Geriatrics Society, Emergency Nurses Association, and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
Tags: *Practice Guidelines as Topic, 2014, Aged, AMERICAN College of Emergency Physicians, AMERICAN Geriatrics Society, Annals of emergency medicine, Bromley Marilyn, Carpenter Christopher R, Caterino Jeffrey M, Chun Audrey, ELDER care, Emergency Medical Services, EMERGENCY medical services – Standards, Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine – Standards, Emergency Medicine/*standards, EMERGENCY Nurses Association, Emergency Service, Emergency Service – Standards, Geriatrics, Geriatrics – Standards, Geriatrics/*standards, Gerson Lowell W, Greenspan Jason, HEALTH care teams, Hospital/standards, Humans, Hwang Ula, Interdisciplinary Communication, Interprofessional Relations, John David P, Lyons William L, Medical, Medical Organizations, MEDICAL protocols, Mortensen Betty, OLD age, Patients, Platts-Mills Timothy F, Practice Guidelines, Quality Assurance, Ragsdale Luna, Rosenberg Mark, Societies, SOCIETY for Academic Emergency Medicine (U.S.), United States, Wilber Scott T
Tags: *Air Ambulances, *Pharmaceutical Preparations, *Point-of-Care Systems, *temperature, 2017, Air medical journal, Bigham Michael T, Clancy Jason, Cold – Equipment and Supplies, Drug Storage/standards, Drugs, Emergency Medical Services, Karish Cassandra, Refrigeration – Methods, Refrigeration/*methods/standards, Roddy Meghan, Sicilia Judith J, Temperature, Time Factors, Transportation
Tags: *Emergency Medical Services, *Frail Elderly, 2016, 80 and over, Activities of Daily Living, Aged, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Service, Female, Frail Elderly, Frey Jennifer, Geriatric Assessment – Methods, Geriatric Assessment/*methods, Health Screening, Hospital, Humans, Longitudinal Studies, Male, Mass Screening, McQuown Colleen M, NEOMED College of Medicine, Poland Scott, Prospective Studies, Stiffler Kirk A, The American journal of emergency medicine, Wilber Scott T