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Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine

2474-3607

Previous Issues

Volume 1, Issue 1 - 2016

Case Blog

Contrast-Induced Nephropathy (CIN) and Renal Replacement Therapy (RRT) after CIN, after IV dye in the Emergency Department in Geriatric Patients: Predicting If Renal Replacement Therapy Occurs After The Emergency Room: The Geri PIRATE Study and Baird Hypothesis

Authors : James Baird1, James Espinosa1, Victor Scali2
Citation : Baird J, Espinosa J and Scali V. (2016). Contrast-Induced Nephropathy (CIN) and Renal Replacement Therapy (RRT) after CIN, after IV dye in the Emergency Department in Geriatric Patients: Predicting If Renal Replacement Therapy Occurs After The Emergency Room: The Geri PIRATE Study and Baird Hypot

Case Report

Incomplete Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP) with Stroke and Initial Negative Head CT

Authors : Russell Mordecai1, James Espinosa1, Alan Lucerna1, Victor Scali2, Lauren Muchorski1
Citation : Mordecai R, Espinosa J, Lucerna A, Scali V, et al. (2016). Incomplete Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP) with Stroke and Initial Negative Head CT. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(1): 005.

Research Article

An Emergency Department Study of White Coat and Related Provider Role Identifiers as Role Signifiers and an Assessment of a Patient Education Intervention on Patient Choice of Physician Dress: When the Evidence Indicates That a White Coat Based Role Identification System Underperforms a Homan’s Sign, It’s Time to Say Goodbye

Authors : Ellen Kurkowski1 , Lauren Muchorski2 , James Espinosa3 , Victor Scali4
Citation : Kurkowski E, Muchorski L, Espinosa J and Scali V. (2016). An Emergency Department Study of White Coat and Related Provider Role Identifiers as Role Signifiers and an Assessment of a Patient Education Intervention on Patient Choice of Physician Dress: When the Evidence Indicates That a White Coat

Research Article

The Relationship of Provider Gender to Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Setting: A Survey Approach and a Call for Future Mixed Quantitative-Qualitative Approaches

Authors : Kirsten Green1, Julianne Wysocki2, James Espinosa3, Victor Scali4
Citation : Green K, Wysocki J, Espinosa J and Scali V. (2016). The Relationship of Provider Gender to Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Setting: A Survey Approach and a Call for Future Mixed Quantitative-Qualitative Approaches. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(1): 002.

Research Article

ED Nurse Navigator: An Analysis of the Effect of an ED Nurse Navigator Program on 72 hour Patient Return Rate and Patient Satisfaction with a new Nomenclature/ Nosology for ED Nurse Navigation Work

Authors : Michael Lowry1, Kenneth Minett2, Michelle Evans3, James Espinosa4, Alan Lucerna4, Henny Schuitema5, Victor Scali6
Citation : Lowry M, Minett K, Evans M, Espinosa J, et al. (2016). ED Nurse Navigator: An Analysis of the Effect of an ED Nurse Navigator Program on 72 hour Patient Return Rate and Patient Satisfaction with a new Nomenclature/ Nosology for ED Nurse Navigation Work. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(1): 003.

Research Article

Assessment of Emergency Medicine Resident Accuracy and Effect of a Training Intervention in the Determination of Cervical Size and Effacement Using a Standardized Cervical Training and Examination Model

Authors : Dilip Yarabothu1 , Matthew Cauchon2 , James Espinosa3 , Victor Scali4
Citation : Yarabothu D, Cauchon M, Espinosa J and Scali V. (2016). Assessment of Emergency Medicine Resident Accuracy and Effect of a Training Intervention in the Determination of Cervical Size and Effacement Using a Standardized Cervical Training and Examination Model. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(1): 001

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