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Medical scribes boost productivity among ER docs

Medical scribes can increase an ER physician's productivity, resulting in shorter lengths of stays for patients, according to a study published in The BMJ in late January. Conducted at hospitals in the Australian state of Victoria, the study compared ER shifts where trained...

source: By Chelsea Adams
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We were foreigners and we weren’t going somewhere foreigners often go, so when I saw the blond man across the Bangkok airport shuttle bus on our way to the remote mountains of Chiang Rai, a one-hour flight away, I asked whether he was about to do the one thing or the...

source: Maclean's

Ontario’s physicians’ regulator has dismissed dozens of complaints against a Toronto trauma surgeon who had been targeted by a Canadian gun lobby group for her advocacy on gun control. The College of...

source: The Star

The emergency department at Queen Elizabeth Hospital got an unexpected surprise Tuesday night, when the owner of a local restaurant turned up with pizza to feed everyone in the waiting room. Todd MacKinnon, franchise owner of the Pizza Pizza location in Charlottetown, was...

source: CBC News

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in special circumstances includes the emergency intervention for special causes, special environments, and special patients. Special causes cover the potential reversible causes of cardiac arrest...

source: American Journal of Therapeutics

Laryngeal tubes are commonly used by emergency medical services (EMS) personnel for out-of-hospital advanced airway management. The emergency department (ED) management of EMS-placed laryngeal tubes is unknown. We seek to describe ED...

source: Annals of Emergency Medicine

Hamilton has seen an increase in the amount of opioid-related emergencies over the last two years. There were 81 incidents reported in the month of February. Hamilton Paramedic Services is reminding those at risk of overdosing, or those who know someone at risk of overdosing,...

source: CHCH-DT


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