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Mathews Journal of Emergency Medicine

2474-3607

Previous Issues

Volume 1, Issue 3 - 2016

Editorial Article

Sepsis 3.0 in the Rivers, ProCESS, ARISE and ProMISe Studies

Author : Youfeng Zhu
Citation : Youfeng Zhu. (2016). Sepsis 3.0 in the Rivers, ProCESS, ARISE and ProMISe Studies. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(3): e001.

Short Communication

Separation ECG Findings and Physiologic Term "Early Repolarization"

Author : Sion Jo
Citation : Jo S. (2016). Separation ECG Findings and Physiologic Term "Early Repolarization". Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(3): 018.

Research Article

Can Emergency Department Physicians Safely Discharge Patients Presenting with TIA? Assessing the TIA Rapid Assessment (TIARA) Protocol

Authors : Karen Greenberg1 , Daniel Eichorn1,2, Alexandra M Lesenskyj1 , Christina R Maxwell1 , Michael D’Ambrosio1 , Chirag Shukla2 , G Peter Gliebus1 , Erol Veznedaroglu1 , Mandy J Binning1
Citation :  Greenberg K, Eichorn D, Lesenskyj AM, Maxwell CR, et al. (2016). Can Emergency Department Physicians Safely Discharge Patients Presenting with TIA? Assessing the TIA Rapid Assessment (TIARA) Protocol. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(3): 017.

Case Report

Sildenafil Citrate Administration Resulting in Death

Authors : Umut Gulacti, Ugur Lok
Citation :

Gulacti U and Lok U. (2016). Sildenafil Citrate Administration Resulting in Death. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(3): 016.

Research Article

Assessing Patient Safety Culture in an Emergency Department

Author : Philippe Leveau
Citation :

 Leveau P. (2016). Assessing Patient Safety Culture in an Emergency Department. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(3): 015.

Case Report

Abdominal Pain in an Immunocompromised Patient: A Case Report of Typhlitis

Authors : Alexander B. Norinsky1, Majid Kianmajd2, Anthony DiPasquale1, Andrew Caravello1
Citation :  Norinsky AB, Kianmajd M, DiPasquale A and Caravello A. (2016). Abdominal Pain in an Immunocompromised Patient: A Case Report of Typhlitis. Mathews J Emergency Med. 1(3): 014.

Research Article

Fulminant Clostridium difficile Infection in Patients Initially Presenting in the Emergency Department: A Retrospective Case Series Analysis: A Proposal for Mortality- Predictive Values Based on the Peak WBC Count and Peak Serum Lactate Level

Authors : Anne M. Darlington1, Alan Lucerna2, James Espinosa2, Victor Scali3
Citation : Darlington AM, Lucerna A, Espinosa J and Scali V. (2016). Fulminant Clostridium difficile Infection in Patients Initially Presenting in the Emergency Department: A Retrospective Case Series Analysis: A Proposal for Mortality-Predictive Values Based on the Peak WBC Count

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