AJEM

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AJEMAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine
AJEMAdvanced Joint Effectiveness Model
AJEMArmy Joint Exercise Manual
AJEMAmerican Journal of Ethics & Medicine
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Reiser, "Risk factors for 72-hour admission to the ED," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Salzman, "Delayed salicylate toxicity with undetectable initial levels after large-dose aspirin ingestion," The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Varon, "Occult traumatic avulsion of an ovarian dermoid cyst," The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Meyer, "Effectiveness of nonnarcotic protocol for the treatment of acute exacerbations of chronic nonmalignant pain," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Uzun, "Novel vagal maneuver technique for termination of supraventricular tachycardias," The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Silfen, "Retropharyngeal emphysema and acute upper respiratory distress: a complication of mediastinal emphysema," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
The American Journal of Emergency Medicine is a peer-reviewed publication that covers all activities concerned with emergency medicine and contains information to help increase the ability to understand, recognize and treat emergency conditions.
White, The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 35, October 2017, pp.
Kinser, "The UHP ultrasound protocol: a novel ultrasound approach to the empiric evaluation of the undifferentiated hypotensive patient," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Morgan, "Incidence of tricyclic antidepressant-like complications after cyclobenzaprine overdose," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Guven et al., "Anticoagulant-induced intramural intestinal hematoma," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol.
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