Dear Intern, Today you looked at me with a face that begged the question, "Am I terrible?" Yes, intern - yes, you are.
Patients who require mechanical ventilation in the prehospital and emergency department environments experience high mortality and are at high risk of ventilator-associated ventilator-induced lung injury and ARDS.
Bystander CPR can be critical to survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, and EMS professionals are encouraged to help educate the public on CPR best practices by creating their own 100/120 beat-per-minute music videos
Dr. Gatewood and Dr. Lewis were both chosen for this year's MOCEP Lifetime Achievement Award. They will be presented their plaques at the general membership meeting on 22/May/2019
We are strongly committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and cultural sensitivity within our division and believe that doing so is critical to executing our mission of providing exemplary health care to all who are in need with efficiency and compassion.
Please welcome the incoming WashU EM Class of 2023!
How could an ER visit in which a patient receives nothing more than a Band-Aid cost $629? Sarah Kliff, a health policy reporter for 'Vox,' spent over a year reading ER bills and investigating the reasons behind the high costs.
ACEP, with support from The Gary and Mary West Health Institute and the John A. Hartford Foundation, launched the GEDA program to recognize emergency departments that provide excellent care for older adults. Missouri Baptist ED attained Level 3 in January 2019.
Join Dr. Schwarz for a webinar about transitioning patients with opioid use disorder to post-ED care.
Dr. Daniel Theodoro and Michelle Wheeler, RN, are now colleagues, 11 years after he helped save her life after a heart attack.
The EM ultrasound section organized and hosted our 2nd annual PICO POCUS one-day workshop to pediatric critical care medicine fellows and pediatric emergency medicine fellows.