The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) today announced the election of four members to its Board of Directors during ACEP17 — Scientific Assembly, the organization's annual meeting in Washington, DC, which is the largest gathering of emergency physicians in the country. Board members are elected to serve 3-year terms.
The selection came after a very competitive bidding process in which city officials praised the track record of the Emergency Department (ED) and the reputation of GW Hospital’s Inpatient Hospitalist team. Specifically, receiving high marks for efficiency, reduction in ED wait times, walkouts and adverse outcomes and the compassionate care delivered by the hospitalist team.
The article is a review discussing "the physiologic role of vitamin C as well as the recent literature and evidence for the use of vitamin C in patients presenting with sepsis."
Put on by the Rodham Institute and its PATH-C (Pathways to Health Careers for all in DC) consortium, the Health Exposure Fair's
The article asks second year residents to reflect on their first year in medicine.
The article highlights Dr. Pines research published in Health Affairs in 2015.
This review discusses commonly encountered medications that are associated with QTc prolongation, the mechanisms by which they prolong the QTc interval, and other factors that may influence ED medication administration and management.