Volume 1 - Issue 3 - 2016

Case Report

Fulminant Clostridium difficile Infection in Patients Initially Presenting in the Emergency Department: A Retrospective Case Series Analysis: A Proposal for Mortality- Predictive Values Based on the Peak WBC Count and Peak Serum Lactate Level

Corresponding Author: James Espinosa, Department of Emergency Medicine, Rowan University SOM Kennedy University Hospital, 18 East Laurel Road, Stratford, NJ 08084, USA

Citation:Darlington AM, Lucerna A, Espinosa J and Scali V. (2016). Fulminant Clostridium difficile Infection in Patients Initially Presenting in the Emergency Department: A Retrospective Case Series Analysis: A Proposal for Mortality-Predictive Values Based on the Peak WBC Count and Peak Serum Lactate Level. M J E-Med. 1(3): 013.

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Case Report

Abdominal Pain in an Immunocompromised Patient: A Case Report of Typhlitis

Corresponding Author: Alexander B. Norinsky, D.O. Department of Emergency Medicine, Rowan University SOM Kennedy University Hospital, Stratford, NJ, USA

Citation:Norinsky AB, Kianmajd M, DiPasquale A and Caravello A. (2016). Abdominal Pain in an Immunocompromised Patient: A Case Report of Typhlitis. M J E-Med. 1(3): 014.

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Research Article

Assessing Patient Safety Culture in an Emergency Department

Corresponding Author: Philippe Leveau, SMUR Urgences, Centre Hospitalier Nord Deux Sèvres, 79103 Thouars Cedex, France

Citation: Leveau P. (2016). Assessing Patient Safety Culture in an Emergency Department. M J E-Med. 1(3): 015.

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Case Report

Sildenafil Citrate Administration Resulting in Death

Corresponding Author: Umut Gulacti, Department of Emergency Medicine, Adiyaman University Medical Faculty, Adiyaman- Turkey

Citation: Gulacti U and Lok U. (2016). Sildenafil Citrate Administration Resulting in Death. M J E-Med. 1(3): 016.

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Research Article

Can Emergency Department Physicians Safely Discharge Patients Presenting with TIA? Assessing the TIA Rapid Assessment (TIARA) Protocol

Corresponding Author: Karen Greenberg, Drexel Neurosciences Institute, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

Citation: Greenberg K, Eichorn D, Lesenskyj AM, Maxwell CR, et al. (2016). Can Emergency Department Physicians Safely Discharge Patients Presenting with TIA? Assessing the TIA Rapid Assessment (TIARA) Protocol. M J E-Med. 1(3): 017.

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Short Communication

Separation ECG Findings and Physiologic Term ‘Early Repolarization’

Corresponding Author: Sion Jo, Research Institute of Clinical Medicine of Chonbuk National University and Biomedical Reseearch Institute of Chonbuk National University Hospital, 567 Baekje-daero, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do 54907, Republic of Korea

Citation: Jo S. (2016). Separation ECG Findings and Physiologic Term ‘Early Repolarization’. M J E-Med. 1(3): 018.

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Editorial

Sepsis 3.0 in the Rivers, ProCESS, ARISE and ProMISe Studies

Corresponding Author: Youfeng Zhu, Department of Intensive Care Unit, Guangzhou Red Cross Hospital, Medical College, Jinan University, Tongfu zhong, Road No-396, Guangzhou-510220, China

Citation: Youfeng Zhu. (2016). Sepsis 3.0 in the Rivers, ProCESS, ARISE and ProMISe Studies. M J E-Med. 1(3): e001.

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