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  1. The Diagnosis Of Abdominal Injuries In Comatose Patients5:24
  2. Indications For Computed Tomography In Children With Blunt Abdominal Trauma3:12
  3. Rapid And Correct Diagnosis Of Myocardial Infarction: Standardized Case History And Clinical …3:08
  4. Outcome Of Patients With Chest Pain Discharged From An Accident And Emergency Department3:00
  5. Immediate Versus Deferred Beta-blockade Following Thrombolytic Therapy In Patients With Acute …3:36
  6. Variability In Thrombolytic Practice In Oregon1:37
  7. Ultra Short-acting Intravenous Beta-adrenergic Blockade As Add-on Therapy In Acute Unstable Angina1:33
  8. Use Of Femoral Venous Catheters In Critically Ill Adults: Prospective Study3:34
  9. The Effect Of Bystander CPR On Neurologic Outcome In Survivors Of Prehospital Cardiac Arrests1:29
  10. The Problem Of Poor Retention Of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skills May Lie With The Instructor …55s
  11. The Effect Of Standard- And High-dose Epinephrine On Coronary Perfusion Pressure During Prolonged …2:04
  12. Potential Complications Of High-dose Epinephrine Therapy In Patients Resuscitated From Cardiac …3:30
  13. Electrophysiologic Evaluation And Outcome Of Patients With Syncope Of Unknown Origin1:44
  14. Headache As A Warning Symptom Of Impending Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage3:32
  15. How Well Can Radiographers Triage X-ray Films In Accident And Emergency Departments?2:07
  16. Disaster Planning And Response43s
  17. Tightening The Screw: Statutory And Legal Supervision Of Interhospital Patient Transfers1:30
  18. Swallowed Fish Bones: Is Radiography Justified? A Case Report1:57
  19. Are Heat Stroke Patients Fluid Depleted? Importance Of Monitoring Central Venous Pressure As A …1:47
  20. Efficacy Of Eyepad In Corneal Healing After Corneal Foreign Body Removal2:01
  21. Unequal Pupil Size In Patients With Unilateral Red Eye1:34
  22. Undetected Fatal Acute Pancreatitis: Why Is The Disease So Frequently Overlooked?2:43
  23. Treatment Of Pyelonephritis In An Observation Unit2:14
  24. Delayed Diagnosis Of Extremity Injuries In Patients With Multiple Injuries1:59
  25. Diagnostic Utility Of Lower Extremity Radiographs Of Young Children With Gait Disturbance2:21
  26. Risks And Benefits Of Paracetamol Antipyresis In Young Children With Fever Of Presumed Viral Origin4:20
  27. Diphenhydramine Toxicity In Three Children With Varicella-zoster Infection2:51
  28. Professional Liability In A Pediatric Emergency Department2:25
  29. Evidence That Histamine Is The Causative Toxin Of Scombroid Fish Poisoning2:33
  30. The Empiric Use Of Naloxone In Patients With Altered Mental Status: A Reappraisal3:35
  31. Foregoing Prehospital Care: Should Ambulance Staff Always Resuscitate?2:07
  32. The "no-patient" Run: 2,698 Patients Evaluated But Not Transported By Paramedics3:35
  33. Spirometric Criteria For Hospital Admission Of Patients With Acute Exacerbation Of COPD2:31
  34. Effect Of A Short Course Of Prednisone In The Prevention Of Early Relapse After The Emergency Room …2:38
  35. Nebulized Racemic Adrenaline For Wheezy Bronchitis1:20
  36. A Disposable End-tidal Co2 Detector To Verify Endotracheal Intubation1:53
  37. Verification Of Endotracheal Tube Placement With Colorimetric End-tidal Co2 Detection1:53
  38. Intrapleural Bupivacaine Analgesia In Chest Trauma: A Randomized Double-blind Controlled Trial1:24
  39. Sonographic Detection Of Foreign Bodies Of The Extremities50s
  40. Wound Infection Under Occlusive Dressings1:31

Treatment Of Pyelonephritis In An Observation Unit

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CME for EMA prior to October 2017 has expired

EMA did their best to alert their subscribers of this prior to the merge with EM:RAP on Oct. 1. We apologize for any inconvenience. Per the merge with EM:RAP, you will now have ample opportunity to earn CME credits. Between EM:RAP and EMA each month you may earn up to 12 credits a month going forward! Additionally, you may go back to previous EM:RAP episodes and redeem CME (any episode Jan 2015 to the present, 6 hours per month). On EM:RAP we try to make make the process simple and the question sets are quite reasonable. Again we apologize for any inconvenience and going forward we can assure you any changes to CME will be communicated in an exhaustive manner.