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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 21, Number 3, 1 March 2014

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Rising Opioid Prescribing in Adult U.S. Emergency Department Visits: 2001–2010
pp. 236-243(8)
Authors: Mazer‐Amirshahi, Maryann; Mullins, Peter M.; Rasooly, Irit; den Anker, John; Pines, Jesse M.

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Evidence‐based Narratives to Improve Recall of Opioid Prescribing Guidelines: A Randomized Experiment
pp. 244-249(6)
Authors: Kilaru, Austin S.; Perrone, Jeanmarie; Auriemma, Catherine L.; Shofer, Frances S.; Barg, Frances K.; Meisel, Zachary F.

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Barriers and Facilitators to Intraosseous Access in Adult Resuscitations When Peripheral Intravenous Access Is Not Achievable
pp. 250-256(7)
Authors: James Cheung, Warren; Rosenberg, Hans; Vaillancourt, Christian

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Combination of Intravenous Ascorbic Acid Administration and Hypothermia After Resuscitation Improves Myocardial Function and Survival in a Ventricular Fibrillation Cardiac Arrest Model in the Rat
pp. 257-265(9)
Authors: Tsai, Min‐Shan; Huang, Chien‐Hua; Tsai, Chia‐Ying; Chen, Huei‐Wen; Cheng, Hsaio‐Ju; Hsu, Chiung‐Yuan; Chang, Wei‐Tien; Chen, Wen‐Jone

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Reduction of Admit Wait Times: The Effect of a Leadership‐based Program
pp. 266-273(8)
Authors: Patel, Pankaj B.; Combs, Mary A.; Vinson, David R.

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Reducing Blood Culture Contamination in Community Hospital Emergency Departments: A Multicenter Evaluation of a Quality Improvement Intervention
pp. 274-282(9)
Authors: Self, Wesley H.; Mickanin, Joyce; Grijalva, Carlos G.; Grant, Freda H.; Henderson, Michelle C.; Corley, Glenda; Blaschke II, D. Glen; McNaughton, Candace D.; Barrett, Tyler W.; Talbot, Thomas R.; Paul, Barbara R.

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Effect of MicroEEG on Clinical Management and Outcomes of Emergency Department Patients With Altered Mental Status: A Randomized Controlled Trial
pp. 283-291(9)
Authors: Zehtabchi, Shahriar; Abdel Baki, Samah G.; Omurtag, Ahmet; Sinert, Richard; Chari, Geetha; Roodsari, Gholamreza S.; Weedon, Jeremy; Fenton, André A.; Grant, Arthur C.

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Urinary Catheter Use and Appropriateness in U.S. Emergency Departments, 1995–2010
pp. 292-300(9)
Authors: Schuur, Jeremiah D.; Chambers, Jennifer Gibson; Hou, Peter C.

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Bleeding Following Rattlesnake Envenomation in Patients With Preenvenomation Use of Antiplatelet or Anticoagulant Medications
pp. 301-307(7)
Authors: Levine, Michael; Ruha, Anne‐Michelle; Padilla‐Jones, Angela; Gerkin, Richard; Thomas, Stephen H.

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Conflict Prevention, Conflict Mitigation, and Manifestations of Conflict During Emergency Department Consultations
pp. 308-313(6)
Authors: Chan, Teresa; Bakewell, Francis; Orlich, Donika; Sherbino, Jonathan

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Enhancing the Quality of Morbidity and Mortality Rounds: The Ottawa M&M Model
pp. 314-321(8)
Authors: Calder, Lisa A.; Kwok, Edmund S.H.; Adam Cwinn, A.; Worthington, James; Yelle, Jean‐Denis; Waggott, Melissa; Frank, Jason R.

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Critical Appraisal of Emergency Medicine Education Research: The Best Publications of 2012
pp. 322-333(12)
Authors: Lin, Michelle; Fisher, Jonathan; Coates, Wendy C.; Farrell, Susan E.; Shayne, Philip; Maggio, Lauren; Kuhn, Gloria

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HINTS to Identify Stroke in ED Patients with Dizziness
pp. 347-347(1)
Author: Kohn, Michael A.

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Correspondence
pp. 348-349(2)
Authors: Newman‐Toker, David E.; Kattah, Jorge C.

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Crash
pp. 350-350(1)
Author: Betz, Marian E.

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The Question
pp. 351-351(1)
Author: Mathew, David

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“But Brainwaves in the ER”
pp. 352-353(2)
Author: Zehtabchi, Shahriar

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