Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
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Percutaneous Cricothyroid Jet Ventilation Using Repetitive Airway Obstruction: A Quick and Simple Way to Ventilate the "Impossible" Airway.
Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind? Spine Care and Decision Making When There Is Not Adequate Data.
Leaving Nepal After the Earthquake: Sometimes Stepping Away May be the Best Disaster Response.
Radiographic evaluation of carotid artery compression in patients with extraglottic airway devices in place.
Ethics in acute care research: a global perspective and research agenda.
Global health and emergency care: a resuscitation research agenda--part 2.
Making recording and analysis of chief complaint a priority for global emergency care research in low-income countries.
Research priorities for data collection and management within global acute and emergency care systems.
CORD-AEUS: consensus document for the emergency ultrasound milestone project.
Medical advertisements in medical journals: the case against.
The provision of public health services in the emergency department: "begin with the end in mind".
Diffusion of medical progress: early spinal immobilization in the emergency department.
Knowledge translation in international emergency medical care.
An emergency department-based vaccination program: overcoming the barriers for adults at high risk for vaccine-preventable diseases.
Education research: priority designs and common misperceptions.
Executive summary: global health and emergency care-what do we need to know to address the burden of illness and injury?
They always will be with us.
Percutaneous transtracheal jet ventilation.
Effectiveness of corticosteroid treatment in acute pharyngitis: a systemic review of the literature.
International emergency medicine.
Procedural versus practical ethics.
The Haitian earthquake and academic emergency medicine.
Public health and emergency medicine.
Qualitative approaches to the study of adverse events and near misses.
Triage: better tools but the wrong problem.