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  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionAbdominal AppendicitisEFFECT OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY OF THE APPENDIX ON TREATMENT OF PATIENTSAND USE OF HOSPITAL RESOURCESNEJM Vol 338 No 3 pp 141-146 1998 Jan 15thFALSE-NEGATIVE AND FALSE POSITIVE ERRORS IN ABDOMINAL PAIN EVALUATION:FAILURE TO DIAGNOSE ACUTE APPENDICITIS AND UNNECESSARY SURGERYAcademic Emergency Medicine Vol 7 No 11 pp 1244-55 2000 Nov GI BleedingEARLY ADMINISTRATION OF VAPREOTIDE FOR VARICOEL BLEEDING IN PATIENTS WITHCIRRHOSISNEJM Vol 344 No 1 pp 23-28 2001 Jan 4th PancreatitisETIOLOGICAL AND PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN HUMAN ACUTE PANCREATITIS: A REVIEW(RANSON’S CRITERIA)American Journal of Gastroenterology Vol 77 No 9 pp 633-8 1982 SeptAMYLASE AND LIPASE IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT EVALUATION OF ACUTEPANCREATITISJournal of Emergency Medicine Vol 17 No 6 pp 1027-37 1999AirwaySUCCINYLCHOLINE DOES NOT CHANGE INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE, CEREBRAL BLOODFLOW VELOCITY, OR THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM IN PATIENTS WITH NEUROLOGICINJURYAnesthesia and Analgesia Vol 78 pp 469-73 1994ROCURONIUM IS THE BEST NON-DEPOLARIZING RELAXANT TO PREVENTSUCCINYLCHOLINE FASICULATIONS AND MYALGIACanadian Journal of Anesthesia Vol 45 No 6 pp 521-25 1998THE ASSESSMENT OF FOUR DIFFERENT METHODS TO VERIFY TRACHEAL TUBEPLACEMENT IN THE CRITICAL CARE SETTINGAnesthesia and Analgesia 88 pp 766-70 1999THE INTUBATING LARYNGEAL MASK – RESULTS OF A MULTICENTER TRIAL WITHEXPERIENCE OF 500 CASESAnaesthesia Vol 53 pp 1174-9 1998 1
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionCOMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING THE USE OF THE COMBITUBE, TRACHEAL TUBE ANDLARYNGEAL MASK AIRWAYAnaesthesia Vol 54 pp 1161-5 1999TRACHEAL INTUBATION USING A BULLARD LARYNGOSCOPE FOR PATIENTS WITH ASIMULATED DIFFICULT AIRWAYCanadian Journal of Anesthesia Vol 46 No 8 pp 760-65 1999A COMPARISON OF FOUR METHODS OF WEANING PATIENTS FROM MECHANICALVENTILATIONNEJM Vol 332 No 6 pp 345-50 1995 Feb 9thCERVICAL SPINE MOTION DURING AIRWAY MANAGEMENT: A CINEFLUROSCOPIC STUDYOF THE POSTERIORLY DESTABILIZED CERVICAL VERTEBRAE IN HUMAN CADAVERSAnesthesia and Analgesia Vol 91 pp1274-8 2000HEMOGLOBIN DESATURATION AFTER SUCCINYLCHOLINE-INDUCED APNEA – A STUDY OFTHE RECOVERY OF SPONTANEOUS VENTILATION IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERSAnesthesiology Vol 94 No 5 pp 754-9 2001 MayAllergyIS THIS PATIENT ALLERGIC TO PENICILLIN? AN EVIDENCED BASED ANALYSIS OF THELIKLIHOOD OF PENICILIN ALLERGYJAMA Vol 285 No 19 pp 2498-2505 2001 May 16thCOMPARISON OF CIMETIDINE AND DIPHENHYDRAMINE IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTEURTICARIAAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 19 No 1 pp 41-4 1990 JanHISTAMINE ANTAGONISTS IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE ALLERGIC REACTIONSAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 21 No 3 pp 237-42 1992 MarAnalgesia/Pain ManagementINTRAMUSCULAR KETOROLAC VERSUS ORAL IBUPROFEN IN ACUTE MUSCULOSKELETALPAINAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 26 No 2 pp 117-20 1995 AugTHE TREATMENT OF ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN — BED REST, EXERCISES, OR ORDINARYACTIVITY?NEJM Vol 332 No 6 pp 351-5 1995 Feb 9thSAFETY OF EARLY PAIN RELIEF FOR ACUTE ABDOMINAL PAINBMJ Vol 305 pp 554-6 1992 SeptADVERSE OUTCOMES AND OPIOID ANALGESIC ADMINISTRATION IN ACUTE ABDOMINALPAINAcademic Emergency Medicine Vol 7 No 9 pp 980-7 2000 SeptAortic Dissection 2
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionTHE INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY OF ACUTE AORTIC DISSECTION (IRAD)JAMA Vol 283 No 7 pp 897-903 2000 Feb 16thTHE DIAGNOSIS OF THORACIC AORTIC DISSECTION BY NONINVASIVE IMAGINGPROCEDURESNEJM Vol 328 No 1 pp 1-9 1993 Jan 7thCardiology ACLSAMIODARONE FOR RESUSCITATION AFTER OUT-OF HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST DUE TOVENTRICULAR FIBRILLATIONNEJM Vol 341 No 12 pp 871-8 1999 Sept 16thDISTINCT CRITERIA FOR TERMINATION OF RECUSCITATION IN THE OUT-OF-HOSPITALSETTINGJAMA Vol 270 No 12 pp1457-1462 1993 Sept 22ndRANDOMIZED COMPARISON OF EPINEPHRINE AND VASOPRESSIN IN PATIENTS WITH OUT-OF-HOSPITAL VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATIONLancet Vol 349 pp 535-37 1997 Feb 22ndIMMEDIATE CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY IN SURVIVORS OF OUT-OF-HOSPITAL CARDIACARRESTNEJM Vol 335 No 23 pp 1629-33 1997 June 5thINFLUENCE OF CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION PRIOR TO DEFIBRILLATION INPATIENTS WITH OUT-OF-HOSPITAL VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATIONJAMA Vol 281 No 13 pp 1182-8 1999 April 7thCARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION BY CHEST COMPRESSION ALONE OR WITH MOUTH-TO-MOUTH VENTILATIONNEJM Vol 342 No 21 pp 1546-53 2000 May 25thHIGH DOSE EPINEPHRINE IN ADULT CARDIAC ARRESTNEJM Vol 327 No 15 pp 1045-50 1992 Oct 8thA COMPARISON OF STANDARD-DOSE AND HIGH-DOSE EPINEPHRINE IN CARDIAC ARRESTOUTSIDE THE HOSPITALNEJM Vol 327 No 15 pp 1051-5 1992 Oct 8th Atrial FibrillationUSE OF TRANSESOPHAGEAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY TO GUIDE CARDIOVERSION INPATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATIONNEJM 344 No 19 pp 1411-20 2001 May 10thRISK FOR CLINICAL THROMBOEMBOLISM ASSOCIATED WITH CONVERSION TO SINUSRHYTHM IN PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION LASTING LESS THAN 48 HOURSAnnals of Internal Medicine Vol 126 No 8 pp 615-20 1997 Apr 15th 3
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionA NEW APPROACH TO THE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF A REGULAR TACHYCARDIAWITH WIDE QRS COMPLEXCirculation Vol 83 No 5 pp 1649-59 1991 May Chest Pain / ObservationA CLINICAL TRIAL OF A CHEST-PAIN OBSERVATION UNIT FOR PATIENTS WITH UNSTABLEANGINA – CHEST PAIN EVALUATION IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM (CHEER) STUDYNEJM Vol 339 No 26 pp 1882-8 1998 Dec 24thIMMEDIATE EXERCISE TESTING OF LOW RISK PATIENTS WITH KNOWN CORONARYARTERY DISEASE PRESENTING TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT WITH CHEST PAINJournal of the American College of Cardiology Vol 33 No 7 pp 1844-7 1999 JunPREDICTION OF THE NEED FOR INTENSIVE CARE IN PATIENTS WHO COME TO THEEMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS WITH ACUTE CHEST PAINNEJM Vol 334 No 23 pp 1498-1504 1996 June 6thEMERGENCY ROOM TRIAGE OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CHEST PAIN BY MEANS OF RAPIDTESTING FOR CARDIAC TROPONIN T OR TROPONIN INEJM Vol 337 No 23 pp 1648-53 1997 Dec 4thUSE OF A RAPID ASSAY OF SUBFORMS OF CREATINE KINASE MB TO DIAGNOSE OR RULEOUT ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONNEJM Vol 331 No 9 pp 561-66 1994 Sept 1st MI/ACSMISSED DIAGNOSES OF ACUTE CARDIAC ISCHEMIA IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTNEJM Vol 342 No 16 pp 1163-1209 2000 Apr 20thAN INTERNATIONAL RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING FOUR THROMBOLYTICSTRATEGIES FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (THE GUSTO INVESTIGATORS)NEJM Vol 329 No 10 pp 673-82 1993 Sept 2ndECG DIAGNOISIS OF ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN THE PRESENCE OF LEFTBUNDLE-BRANCH BLOCK IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CONTINUOUS ECG MONITORINGAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 26 No 1 pp 69-78 1995 JulyMANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES IN THE UNITEDSTATES BY PLATELET GLYCOPROTEIN IIB/IIIA INHIBITION – INSIGHTS FROM THEPLATELET GLYCOPROTEIN IIB/IIIA IN UNSTABLE ANGINA: RECEPTOR SUPPRESSION USINGINTEGRELIN THERAPY (PURSUIT) TRIALCirculation Vol 102 pp 1093-1100 2000 Sept 5thRANDOMIZED TRIAL OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT HEPARIN (ENOXAPARIN) VERSUSUNFRACTIONATED HEPARIN FOR UNSTABLE CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE – ONE YEARRESULTS OF THE ESSENCE STUDYJournal of the American College of Cardiology Vol 36 No 3 pp 693-8 2000SeptINHIBITION OF THE PLATELET GLYCOPROTEIN Iib/IIIa RECEPTOR WITH TIROFIBAN INUNSTABLE ANGINA AND NON-Q-WAVE INFARCTION – THE PLATELET RECEPTOR IN 4
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionISCHEMIC SYNDROME MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS LIMITED BY UNSTABLE SIGNS ANDSYMPTOMS (PRISM-PLUS) STUDYNEJM Vol 338 No21 pp 1488-97 1998 May 21stENOXAPARIN PREVENTS DEATH AND CARDIAC ISCHEMIC EVENTS IN UNSTABLE ANGINA/NON-Q-WAVE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION – RESULTS OF THE THROMBOLYSIS INMYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (TIMI) 11b TRIALCirculation Vol 100 pp 1593-1601 1999A COMPARISON OF RETEPLASE WITH ALTEPLASE FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION:THE GLOBAL USE OF STRATEGIES TO OPEN OCCLUDED CORONARY ARTERIES (GUSTO III)STUDYNEJM Vol 337 No 16 pp 1118-23 1997 Oct 16thLONG TERM BENEFIT OF PRIMARY ANGIOPLASTY AS COMPARED WITH THROMBOLYTICTHERAPY FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONNEJM Vol 341 No 19 pp 1413-1419 1999 Nov 14thCOMPARISON OF EARLY INVASIVE AND CONSERVATIVE STRATEGIES IN PATIENTS WITHUNSTABLE CORONARY SYNDROMES TREATED WITH THE GLYCOPROTEIN Iib/IIIaINHIBITOR TIROFIBANNEJM Vol 344 No 25 pp 1879-87 2001 June 21stEFFECTS OF CLOPIDOGREL IN ADDITION TO ASPIRIN IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTECORONARY SYNDROMES WITHOUT ST-SEGMENT ELEVATION – THE CLOPIDOGREL INUNSTABLE ANGINA TO PREVENT RECURRENT EVENTS TRIAL (CURE)NEJM Vol 345 No 7 pp 494-502 2001 Aug 16thEFFECTS OF PRETREATMENT WITH CLOPIDOGREL AND ASPIRIN FOLLOWED BY LONG-TERM THERAPY IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION:THE PCI-CURE STUDYLancet Vol 358 pp 527-33 2001 Aug 18thPREVALENCE, CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS, AND MORTALITY AMONG PATIENTS WITHMYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PRESENTING WITHOUT CHEST PAINJAMA Vol 283 No 24 pp 3223-3229 2000 June 28thASSESSMENT OF THE TREATMENT EFFECT OF ENOXAPARIN FOR UNSTABLEANGINA/NON-Q-WAVE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION – TIMI 11B-ESSENCE META-ANALYSISCirculation Vol 100 pp 1602-8 1999 Oct 12thACUTE CARDIAC ISCHEMIA TIME-INSENSITIVE PREDICTIVE INSTRUMENT TO ASSIST WITHTRIAGE OF PATIENTS WITH CHEST PAIN OR OTHER SYMPTOMS SUGGESTIVE OF ACUTECARDIAC ISCHEMIAAnnals of Internal Medicine Vol 129 No 11 pp 846-55 1998 Dec 1stANGIOGRAPHIC AND CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH UNSTABLEANGINA SHOWING AN ECG PATTERN INDICATING NARROWING OF THE PROXIMAL LADCORONARY ARTERYAmerican Heart Journal Vol 117 No 3 pp 657-64 1999 MarADDING HEPARRIN TO ASPIRIN REDUCES THE INCIDENCE OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONAND DEATH IN PATIENTS WITH UNSTABLE ANGINA: A META-ANALYSISJAMA Vol 276 No 10 pp 811-815 1996 Sept 11th 5
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionEFFECT OF GLUCOPROTEIN Iib/IIIa RECEPTOR BLOCKER ABCIXIMAB ON OUTCOME INPATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES WITHOUT EARLY CORONARYREVASCULARIZATION: THE GUSTO IV-ACS RANDOMIZED TRIALLancet Vol 357 pp 1915-24 2001 June 16thREPERFUSION THERAPY FOR ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION WITH FIBRINOLYTICTHERAPY OR COMBINATION REDUCED FIBRINOLYTIC THERAPY AND PLATELETGLYCOPROTEIN IIb/IIIa INHIBITION: THE GUSTO V RANDOMIZED TRIALLancet Vol 357 pp 1905-14 2001 June 16thCARDIAC TROPONIN T LEVELS FOR RISK STRATIFICATION IN ACUTE MYOCARDIALISCHEMIANEJM Vol 335 No 18 pp 1333-42 1996 Oct 31stDiabetesDOES BICARBONATE THERAPY IMPROVE THE MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE DIABETICKETOACIDOSIS?Critical Care Medicine Vol 27 No 12 pp 2690-3 1999RISK FACTORS FOR CEREBRAL EDEMA IN CHILDREN WITH DIABETIC KETOACIDOSISNEJM Vol 344 No 4 pp264-9 2001 Jan 25thDiagnostic TestsRATIONAL ORDERING OF ELECTROLYTES IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 20 No 1 pp 16-21 1991 JanROUTINE ADMISSION ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTS.Annals of Emergency Medicine Vol 23 No 2 pp 275-80 1994 FebINACCURACY AND EXPENSE OF THE LEUKOCYTE COUNT IN MAKING URGENT CLINICALDECISIONSAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 15 No 7 pp 774-81 1986 JulORTHOSTATIC VITAL SIGNS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTSAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 20 No 6 pp 606-9 1991 JunEctopic PregnancyPREDICTORS OF SUCCESS OF METHOTREXATE TREATMENT IN WOMEN WITH TUBALECTOPIC PREGNANCIESNEJM Vol 341 No 26 pp 1974-8 1999 Dec 23rdHeadacheCOMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY OF THE HEAD BEFORE LUMBAR PUNCTURE IN ADULTS WITHSUSPECTED MENINGITISNEJM Vol 345 No 24 pp 1727-33 2001 Dec 13th 6
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionAVOIDING PITFALLS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGENEJM Vol 342 No 1 pp 29-36 2000 Jan 6thHyperbaric Oxygen TherapyHYPERBARIC OR NORMOBARIC OXYGEN FOR ACUTE CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING: ARANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALMedical Journal of Australia Vol 170 pp 203-210 1999 Mar 1stHypertensionSYMPTOMATIC HYPOTENSION INDUCED BY NIFEDIPINE IN THE ACUTE TREATMENT OFSEVERE HYPERTENSIONArchives of Internal Medicine Vol 147 pp 556-8 1987 MarInfectious DiseasePROPHYLAXIS WITH SINGLE DOSE DOXYCYCLINE FOR THE PREVENTION OF LYMEDISEASE AFTER AN IXODES SCAPULARIS TICK BITENEJM Vol 345 No 2 pp 79-84 2001 Jul Pediatric FeverPRACTICE GUIDELINE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN 0 TO 36MONTHS OF AGE WITH FEVER WITHOUT SOURCEPediatrics Vol 92 No 1 pp 1-12 1993 JulRISK OF BACTEREMIA FOR FEBRILE YOUNG CHILDREN IN THE POST-HAEMOPHILUSINFLUENZAE TYPE-B ERAArchives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Vol 152 pp 624-8 1998 JulOCCULT PNEUMONIAS: EMPIRIC CHEST RADIOGRAPHS IN FEBRILE CHILDREN WITHLEUKOCYTOSISAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 33 No 2 pp 166-73 1999 FebTHE BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF EARLY DEXAMETHASONE ADMINISTRATION IN INFANTSAND CHILDREN WITH BACTERIAL MENINGITISNEJM Vol 324 No 22 pp 1525-31 1991 May 30thRACEMIC EPINEPHRINE USE IN CROUP AND DISPOSITIONAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine 1992 Vol 10 No 3 pp 181-83 1992 MayLOW RISK OF BACTEREMIA IN FEBRILE CHILDREN WITH RECOGNIZABLE VIRALSYNDROMESPediatric Infectious Disease Vol 18 No 3 pp 258-61 1999 MarMANAGEMENT OF FEBRILE CHILDREN IN THE AGE OF THE CONJUGATE PNEUMOCOCCALVACCINE: A COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSISPediatrics Vol 108 No 4 pp 835-44 2001 Oct 7
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature Collection PharyngitisTHE ROLE OF BETAMETHASONE IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE EXUDATIVEPHARYNGITISAcademic Emergency Medicine Vol 5 No 6 pp 567-72 1998 JuneDEXAMETHASONE AS ADJUVANT THERAPY FOR SEVERE ACUTE PHARYNGITISAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 22 No 2 pp 212-15 1993 Feb PneumoniaA PREDICTION RULE TO IDENTIFY LOW-RISK PATIENTS WITH COMMUNITY ACQUIREDPNEUMONIANEJM Vol 336 No 4 pp 243-250 1997 Jan 23rdDIAGNOSING PNEUMONIA BY PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, RELEVANT OR RELICArch of Internal Medicine Vol 159 pp 1082-7 1999 May 24thVENTILATION WITH LOWER TIDAL VOLUMES AS COMPARED WITH TRADITIONAL TIDALVOLUMES FOR ACUTE LUNG INJURY AND THE ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESSSYNDROME (THE ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME NETWORK)NEJM Vol 342 No 18 pp 1301-07 2000, May 4th SepsisEFFICACY AND SAFETY OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN ACTIVATED PROTEIN C FOR SEVERESEPSIS (PROWESS)NEJM Vol 344 No 10 pp 699-709 2001 Mar 8thEARLY GOAL-DIRECTED THERAPY IN TH E TREATMENT OF SEVERE SEPSIS AND SEPTICSHOCKNEJM Vol 345 No 19 pp 1368-77 2001 Nov 8thNeurology CVA/TIATISSUE PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKENEJM Vol 333 No 24 pp 1581-87 1995 Dec 14thEFFECTS OF TISSUE PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE AT ONEYEARNEJM Vol 340 No 23 pp 1781-87 1999, June 10thINTRA-ARTERIAL PROUROKINASE FOR ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKETHE PROACT II STUDY: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALJAMA Vol 282 No 21 pp 2003-11 1999 Dec. 1stRECOMBINANT TISSUE-TYPE PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR (ALTEPLASE) FOR ISCHEMICSTROKE 3 TO 5 HOURS AFTER SYMPTOM ONSET – THE ATLANTIS STUDYJAMA Vol 282 No 21 pp 2019-2026 1999 Dec 8
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionINTRAVENOUS THROMBOLYSIS WITH RECOMBINANT TISSUE PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATORFOR ACUTE HEMISPHERIC STROKE: THE EUROPEAN COOPERATIVE ACUTE STROKE STUDY(ECASS)JAMA Vol 274 No 13 pp 1017-1025 1995 Oct 4th SeizureA COMPARISON OF FOUR TREATMENTS FOR GENERALIZED CONVULSIVE STATUSEPILEPTICUSNEJM Vol 339 No 12 pp 792-798 1998 SeptLORAZEPAM FOR THE PREVENTION OF RECURRENT SEIZURES RELATED TO ALCOHOLNEJM Vol 340 No 12 pp 915-19 1999 Mar 25thRISK OF SEIZURE RECURRANCE FOLLOWING A FIRST UNPROVOKED SEIZURE INCHILDHOOD: A PROSPECTIVE STUDYPediatrics Vol85 No 6 pp 1076-85 1990 JunOphthalmologyA STUDY OF TOPICAL NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DROPS AND NO PRESSUREPATCHING IN THE TREATMENT OF CORNEAL ABRASIONSOphthalmology Vol 104 pp1353-9 1997OrthopedicsDECISION RULES FOR THE USE OF RADIOGRAPHY IN ACUTE ANKLE INJURIESJAMA Vol 269 No 9 pp 1127-32 1993 Mar 3rdIMPLEMENTATION OF THE OTTAWA ANKLE RULESJAMA Vol 271 No 11 pp 827-32 1994 Mar 16thDERIVATION OF A DECISION RULE FOR THE USE OF RADIOGRAPHY IN ACUTE KNEEINJURIESAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 26 No 4 pp 405-13 1995 OctPE/DVTVALUE OF THE VENTILATION/PERSUSION SCAN IN ACUTE PULMONARY EMBOLISM. (ThePIOPED Investigators)JAMA Vol 263 No 20 pp 2753-9 1990 May 23rdPERFORMANCE OF HELICAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN UNSELECTED OUTPATIENTSWITH SUSPECTED PULMONARY EMBOLISMAnnals of Internal Medicine Vol 135 No 2 pp 88-97 2001July 17thCONTRIBUTION OF A NEW, RAPID, INDIVIDUAL AND QUANTITATIVE AUTOMATED D-DIMER ELISA TO EXCLUDE PULMONARY EMBOLISMThrombosis and Haemostasis Vol 75 No 1 pp 11-13 1996 9
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionEFFECTS OF LOW-MOLECULAR WEIGHT HEPARIN ON THROMBUS REGRESSION ANDRECURRENT THROMBOEMBOLISM IN PATIENTS WITH DEEP-VEIN THROMBOSISNEJM Vol 344 No 9 pp 626-31 2001 March 1stA COMPARISON OF LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN ADMINISTERED PRIMARILY ATHOME WITH UNFRACTIONATED HEPARIN ADMINISTERED IN THE HOSPITAL FORPROXIMAL DEEP-VEIN THROMBOSISNEJM Vol 334 No 11 pp 677-81 1996 Mar 14thLOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH VENOUSTHROMBOEMBOLISMNEJM Vol 337 No 10 pp 657-62 1997 Sept 4thA COMPARISON OF LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN WITH UNFRACTIONATEDHEPARIN FOR ACUTE PULMONARY EMBOLISM (THESEE)NEJM Vol 337 No 10 pp 663-669 1997 Sept 4thCLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE PULMONARY EMBOLISMAmerican Journal of Cardiology Vol 68 pp 1723-4 1991 Dec 15thPsychiatryTHE PREDICTION OF SUICIDEArchives of General Psychiatry Vol 48 pp 418-22 1991 MayHALOPERIDOL, LOREZEPAM, OR BOTH FOR PSYCHOTIC AGITATION? A MULTICENTER,PROSPECTIVE, DOUBLE-BLIND, EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT STUDYAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine Vol 15 No 4 pp 335-40 1997 JulPulmonary AsthmaINTRAVENOUS MAGNESIUM AS AN ADJUVANT IN ACUTE BRONCHOSPASM: A METAANALYSISAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 36 No 3 pp 191-7 2000 SeptA COMPARISON OF IPATROPIUM AND ALBUTEROL VS ALBUTEROL ALONE FOR THETREATMENT OF ACUTE ASTHMAChest Vol 110 No 3 pp 611-16 1996 SeptemberTHE USE OF KETAMINE FOR THE EMERGENCY INTUBATION OF PATIENTS WITH STATUSASTHMATICUSAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 16 No 5 pp 568-71 1987 MayTHE VALUE OF ROUTINE ADMISSION CHEST RADIOGRAPHS IN ADULT ASTHMATICSAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 18 No 11 pp 1205-8 1989 NovOXYGENATION IN STATUS ASTHMATICUS IMPROVES DURING VENTILATION WITHHELIUM-OXYGENCritical Care Medicine Vol 27 No 12 pp 2666-70 1999 Dec 10
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionEFFECT OF OUTPATIENT TREATMENT OF ASTHMA WITH BETA AGONISTS ON THERESPONSE TO SYMPATHOMIMETICS IN AN EMERGENCY ROOMAmerican Journal of Medicine Vol 75 pp781-4 1983 Nov COPDEFFECT OF SYSTEMIC GLUCOCORTICOIDS ON EXACERBATIONS OF CHRONICOBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASENEJM Vol 340 No 25 pp 1941-7 1999 June 24thNONINVASIVE VENTILATION FOR ACUTE EXACERBATIONS OF CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVEPULMONARY DISEASENEJM Vol 333 No 13 pp 817-22 1995 Sept 28thANTIBIOTICS IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE EXACERBATIONS: AMETA-ANALYSISJAMA Vol 273 No 12 pp957-60 1995 Mar 22ndRenalPREVENTION OF RADIOGRAPHIC-CONTRAST-AGENT-INDUCED REDUCTIONS IN RENALFUNCTION BY ACETYLCYSTEINENEJM Vol 343 No 3 pp 180-4 2000 July 20thToxicologyMANAGEMENT OF ACUTELY POISIONED PATIENT WITHOUT GASTRIC EMPTYINGAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 14 No 6 pp 562-7 1985 JunPROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF GASTRIC EMPTYING IN THE SELF-POISONED PATIENTAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine Vol 8 No 6 pp 479-83 1990 NovFOMEPIZOLE FOR THE TREATMENT OF METHANOL POISONINGNEJM Vol 344 No 6 pp 424-9 2001 Feb 8thFOMEPIZOLE FOR THE TREATMENT OF ETHYLENE GLYCOL POISONINGNEJM Vol 340 No 11 pp 832-8 1999 Mar 18thEFFICACY OF ORAL N-ACETYLCYSTEINE IN THE TREATMENT OF ACETOMINOPHINOVERDOSENEJM Vol 319 No 24 pp 1558-62 1988 Dec 15thDURATION OF QRS DISTURBANCES AFTER SEVERE TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTINTOXICATIONClinical Toxicology Vol 30 No 3 pp 377-86 1992ACCELERATION OF THE BODY CLEARANCE OF PHENOBARBITOL BY ORAL ACTIVATEDCHARCOALNEJM Vol 307 No 11 pp 642-4 1982 Sept 9thEFFICACY OF IPECAC-INDUCED EMESIS, OROGASTRIC LAVAGE, AND ACTIVATEDCHARCOAL FOR ACUTE DRUG OVERDOSE 11
  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 16 No 8 pp 838-41 1987 AugTrauma Abdominal TraumaEFFECT OF ORAL CONTRAST ADMINISTRATION FOR ABDOMINAL COMPUTEDTOMOGRAPHY IN THE EVALUATION OF ACUTE BLUNT TRAUMAAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 30 No 1 pp7-13 1997 JulyUSE OF ORAL CONTRAST MATERIAL IN ABDOMINAL TRAUMA CT SCANS: IS ITDANGEROUSJournal of Trauma Vol 38 No 1 pp 51-3 195 JanSELECTIVE NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT IN 1,856 PATIENTS WITH ABDOMINALGUSNHOT WOUNDS: SHOULD ROUTINE LAPAROTOMY STILL BE THE STANDARD OF CARE?Annals of Surgery Vol 234 No 3 pp 395-402 2001 SeptBLUNT HEPATIC INJURY: A PARADIGM SHIFT FROM OPERATIVE TO NONOPERATIVEMANAGEMENT IN THE 1990sAnnals of Surgery Vol 231 No 6 pp 804-813 2000 JuneUSE OF CONTRAST-ENHANCED CT ENEMA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PENETRATINGTRAUMA TO THE FLANK AND BACKJournal of Trauma Vol 26 No 7 pp 593-601 1986 July ATLSTHE INJURY SEVERITY SCORE: A METHOD FOR DESCRIBING PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLEINJURIES AND EVALUATING EMERGENCY CAREThe Journal of Trauma Vol 14 No 3 pp 187-196 1974A MODIFICATION OF THE INJURY SEVERITY SCORE THAT BOTH IMPROVES ACCURACYAND SIMPLIFIES SCORINGThe Journal of Trauma pp 922-926 1997 DecTRENDELENBERG POSITION AND OXYGEN TRANSPORT IN HYPOVOLEMIC ADULTSAnnals of Emergency Medicine Vol 23 No 3 pp 564-7 1994 MarIMMEDIATE VERSUS DELAYED FLUID RESUSCITATION FOR HYPOTENSIVE PATIENTSWITH PENETRATING TORSO INJURIESNEJM Vol 331 No 17 pp 1107-9 1994 OctACCURACY OF THE ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT GUIDELINES FOR PREDICTINGSYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE USING CAROTID, FEMORAL AND RADIAL PULSES:OBSERVATIONAL STUDYBMJ Vol 321 pp 673-4 2000 Sept 16th FAST Exam/Ultrasound 12
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  • Table of Contents for Harvard Emergency Medicine Literature CollectionTRANSESPOHAGEAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF TRAUMATIC RUPTUREOF THE AORTANEJM Vol 332 No 6 pp 356-62 1995 Feb 9thCRITICAL ANALYSIS OF TWO DECADES OF EXPERIENCE WITH POSTINJURY EMERGENCYDEPARTMENT THORACOTOMY IN A REGIONAL TRAUMA CENTERJournal of Trauma Vol 45 No 1 pp 87-95 1998 JulCLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT BLUNT CARDIAC TRAUMA: ROLE OF SERUM TROPONIN LEVELSCOMBINED WITH ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC FINDINGSJournal of Trauma Vol 50 No 2 pp 237-43 2001 FebUSE OF SPIRAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF BLUNT TRAUMAPATIENTS WITH POTENTIAL AORTIC INJURYJournal of Trauma Vol 45 No 5 pp 922-930 1998 NovTHE CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF CARDIAC CONTUSIONJournal of Trauma Vol 33 No 1 pp 6873 1992 JulyPREVENTIVE ANTIBIOTIC USE IN TRAUMATIC THORACIC INJURIES REQUIRING CLOSEDCHEST TUBE THORACOSTOMYChest Vol 106 No 5 pp 1493-8 1994 Nov Wound ManagementANTIBIOTICS TO PREVENT INFECTION OF SIMPLE WOUNDS: A META ANALYSIS OFRANDOMIZED STUDIESAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine Vol 13 No 4 pp 396-400 1995 JulBACTERIOLOGIC ANALYSIS OF INFECTED DOG AND CAT BITESNEJM Vol 340 No 2 pp 85-92 1999 Jan 14thAppendixUSER’S GUIDES TO THE MEDICAL LITERATURENEJM, Multiple Articles 14