Area riservata



Peritonite acuta da ascesso appendicolare

D’urgenza
Psychological distress in medical patients seeking ED care for somatic reasons: results of a systematic literature review
Scritto da Emergency Medicine Journal current issue   
UrgenzaObjectives

The aim of this systematic literature review is to investigate (A) currently used instruments for assessing psychological distress, (B) the prevalence of psychological distress in medical emergency department (ED) patient ... ...

 
BET 1: Safety and efficacy of colchicine as stand-alone therapy for the prevention of recurrent pericarditis
Scritto da Emergency Medicine Journal current issue   
Urgenza

A short cut review was carried out looking for evidence of the benefits of using colchicine as a single therapy for acute pericarditis. A literature search was performed but no papers were found to provide evidence of the efficacy of colchicine w ... ...

 
BET 2: Tadalafil medical expulsive therapy in ureteral calculi: a new kid on the block
Scritto da Emergency Medicine Journal current issue   
Urgenza

A short cut review was carried out to see if tadalafil, a phosphodiesterase type-5 (PDE5) inhibitor, was superior to standard α-adrenergic antagonists at promoting spontaneous ureteric calculi excretion. Two relevant papers were found, publ ... ...

 
BET 3: Bedside lung ultrasound for the diagnosis of pneumonia in children
Scritto da Emergency Medicine Journal current issue   
Urgenza

A short cut review was carried to examine the evidence for the use of ultrasound in diagnosing pneumonia in paediatric patients. A literature search was performed that found one systematic review and meta-analysis based on eight papers and a furt ... ...

 
Top 10 lessons from the Glasgow major incidents
Scritto da Emergency Medicine Journal current issue   
Urgenza Introduction

In November 2013 and again in December 2014, two major incidents were declared at Glasgow Royal Infirmary (GRI). The first was in response to the Clutha bar tragedy,1... continua Aggiungi commento

 
National initiatives to improve outcomes from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in England
Scritto da Emergency Medicine Journal current issue   
Urgenza

NHS England report that the ambulance services attempt to resuscitate approximately 28 000 people from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest each year (approximately 1 per 2000 inhabitants per year).1... continua Aggiungi commento

 
Primary care services located with EDs: a review of effectiveness
Scritto da Emergency Medicine Journal current issue   
Urgenza

The dilemma of balancing the conflicting priorities of improving access to emergency services with the need to manage demand has been an issue since such services were first formally established. Dominique Jean Larrey, a surgeon in Napoleon's ar ... ...

 
Inizio 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Succ. > Fine >>

Pag 3 di 341