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Emergency Physicians are Always on Call — Anyone, Anything and Anytime

Dr. John Burton, MD, FACEP Chair of Carilion Clinic’s emergency department, was recently racing through the countryside north of Richmond in a 100-mile Heart of Virginia Century bike race when his fast group came upon a rider...

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Dr. Bruce Lo, VACEP President and Bob Ramsey, Executive Director spoke at ACEP’s Leadership & Advocacy...


A small group of VACEP advocates were at both the state and federal tables making a difference in how you...


Most patients treated for mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) at level-one emergency departments did not see a clinician for follow-up care or receive educational materials at discharge, researchers for the TRACK-TBI study reported. The Transforming Research and Clinical...

source: MedPage Today

Trauma changes a life in a fraction of a second, whether by injuring organs, fracturing bones or causing bleeding. A trauma professional’s decisions can also change a life forever. In trauma bays, physicians often need to make high-stakes,...

source: AMA Wire

Fresh insight into how the brain responds to medically induced cooling could inform treatments for head injuries and conditions such as stroke. The study, carried out in 3-D simulations, could also help babies at risk of birthing complications. A...

source: ScienceDaily

Nine out of 10 ER doctors say their hospitals aren't fully prepared for major disasters or mass tragedies. The finding, from a new poll by the American College of Emergency Physicians, comes as the U.S. Congress considers major disaster preparedness legislation. ACEP...

source: HealthDay News


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