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    1. Greenes, DS; Fleisher, GR
      Accuracy of a noninvasive temporal artery thermometer for use in infants

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    2. McNulty, JE; Hampers, LC; Krug, SE
      Primary care and emergency department decision making

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    3. Lewis, RJ
      Pediatric emergency medicine: Making SAEM a comfortable home

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    4. Guttman, N; Nelson, MS; Zimmerman, DR
      When the visit to the emergency department is medically nonurgent: Provider ideologies and patient advice

      QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
    5. Mandell, DL; Pearl, AW; Rothschild, MA
      Influence of minor ear surgery on infrared tympanic thermometry

      ARCHIVES OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY-HEAD & NECK SURGERY
    6. Chande, VT; Krug, SE
      Practitioners of pediatric emergency medicine: A 5-year longitudinal study

      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE
    7. Krauss, B
      Management of acute pain and anxiety in children undergoing procedures in the emergency department

      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE
    8. Houry, D; Colwell, C; Ott, C
      Abdominal pain in a child after blunt abdominal trauma: An unusual injury

      JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    9. Sharieff, GQ; Hoecker, C; Silva, PD
      Effects of a pediatric emergency department febrile infant protocol on time to antibiotic therapy

      JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    10. Hay, E; Bekerman, L; Rosenberg, G; Peled, R
      Quality assurance of nurse triage: Consistency of results over three years

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    11. Mace, SE
      Asthma therapy in the observation unit

      EMERGENCY MEDICINE CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    12. Lee, GM; Fleisher, GR; Harper, MB
      Management of febrile children in the age of the conjugate pneumococcal vaccine: A cost-effectiveness analysis

      PEDIATRICS
    13. Ferris, TG; Dougherty, D; Blumenthal, D; Perrin, JM
      A report card on quality improvement for children's health care

      PEDIATRICS
    14. Nicolai, T
      New technical devices and concepts for pediatric emergency medicine

      MONATSSCHRIFT KINDERHEILKUNDE
    15. Miser, WF
      Fever without source in infants and young children - a hot potato?

      AMERICAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN
    16. Luszczak, T
      Evaluation and management of infants and young children with fever

      AMERICAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN
    17. Urkin, J; Warshawsky, SS; Press, J
      Pediatric emergency room response to community pediatricians' expectations

      ISRAEL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    18. Woolfenden, S; Ritchie, J; Hanson, R; Nossar, V
      Parental use of a paediatric emergency department as an ambulatory care service

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    19. Wilson, KM; Klein, JD
      Adolescents who use the emergency department as their usual source of care

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    20. Tamariz, VP; Fuchs, S; Baren, JM; Pollack, ES; Kim, J; Seidel, JS
      Pediatric emergency medicine education in emergency medicine training programs

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    21. Christopher, N
      Pediatric emergency medicine education in emergency medicine training programs

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    22. Schenkel, S
      Promoting patient safety and preventing medical error in emergency departments

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    23. Howell, J; Chisholm, C; Clark, A; Spillane, L
      Emergency medicine resident documentation: Results of the 1999 American Board of Emergency Medicine In-Training examination survey

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    24. Hampers, LC; Trainor, JL; Listernick, R; Eddy, JJ; Thompson, DA; Sloan, EP; Chrisler, OP; Gatewood, LM; McNulty, B; Krug, SE
      Setting-based practice variation in the management of simple febrile seizure

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    25. Broxterman, K; Sapien, R; Fullerton, L; Olson, L; Sklar, D
      Repeat ambulance use by pediatric patients

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    26. Donovan, EF; Perlstein, PH; Atherton, HD; Kotagal, UR
      Prenatal care and infant emergency department use

      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE
    27. Porter, SC; Silvia, MT; Fleisher, GR; Kohane, IS; Homer, CJ; Mandl, KD
      Parents as direct contributors to the medical record: Validation of their electronic input

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    28. Kennedy, RM; McAllister, JD
      Midazolam with ketamine: Who benefits?

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    29. Sharma, V; Simon, SD; Bakewell, JM; Ellerbeck, EF; Fox, MH; Wallace, DD
      Factors influencing infant visits to emergency departments

      PEDIATRICS
    30. Brent, ASG
      The management of pain in the emergency department

      PEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    31. Hoepffner, W; Wiemert, B; Reitmann, M; Raue, W; Buhrdel, P; Kiess, W
      Paediatric emergency outpatient care. Analysis of an university hospital-based service

      MONATSSCHRIFT KINDERHEILKUNDE
    32. Ortega, M; Esteban, MJ; Miro, O; Sanchez, M; Milla, J
      Prospective survey of patients the leaving emergency department without being attended by a physician

      MEDICINA CLINICA
    33. Leversha, AM; Campanella, SG; Aickin, RP; Asher, MI
      Costs and effectiveness of spacer versus nebulizer in young children with moderate and severe acute asthma

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS
    34. Berman, B
      The academic children's hospital primary care clinic: Responding to the challenges of a changing health care environment

      CLINICAL PEDIATRICS
    35. Grove, DD; Lazebnik, R; Petrack, EM
      Urban emergency department utilization by adolescents

      CLINICAL PEDIATRICS
    36. Nagele, P; Kroesen, G
      Epidemiology and outcome of pediatric prehospital emergencies

      ANAESTHESIST
    37. Smitz, S; Giagoultsis, T; Dewe, W; Albert, A
      Comparison of rectal and infrared ear temperatures in older hospital inpatients

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    38. Rector, TS; Venus, PJ; Laine, AJ
      Impact of mailing information about nonurgent care on emergency departmentvisits by Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled in managed care

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MANAGED CARE
    39. Sacchetti, A; Warden, T; Moakes, ME; Moyer, V
      Can sick children tell time?: Emergency department presentation patterns of critically ill children

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    40. Veenema, KR
      The integration of primary care sports medicine into an academic emergencymedicine practice: Academic and revenue enhancement

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    41. Havel, CJ; Strait, RT; Hennes, H
      A clinical trial of propofol vs midazolam for procedural sedation in a pediatric emergency department

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    42. Skull, SA; Krause, V; Roberts, LA; Dalton, CB
      Evaluating the potential for opportunistic vaccination in a Northern Territory hospital

      JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH
    43. Vivier, PM; Alario, AJ; Simon, P; Flanagan, P; O'Haire, C; Peter, G
      Immunization status of children enrolled in a hospital-based Medicaid managed care practice: the importance of the timing of vaccine administration

      PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE JOURNAL
    44. Rosenberg, NM; Gorelick, MH; Scribano, PV; Teach, SJ
      What you see is not always what you get (or want)

      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE
    45. Tarantino, CA; Dowd, MD; Murdock, TC
      Short vertical falls in infants

      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE
    46. Innes, G; Murphy, M; Nijssen-Jordan, C; Ducharme, J; Drummond, A
      Procedural sedation and analgesia in the emergency department. Canadian consensus guidelines

      JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    47. Darkaoui, N; De Brouwere, V; Zayyoun, A; Filali, H; Belouali, R; Gouaima, F; Van der Vennet, J; Dujardin, B
      Utilisation of an Emergency Department as a first line health service (study in the Children's Hospital of Rabat, Morocco).

      REVUE D EPIDEMIOLOGIE ET DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    48. Atakouma, DY; Gbetoglo, D; Tursz, A; Crost, M; Agbere, A; Assimadi, JK
      An epidemiological study of health care seeking behaviour of under five children in hospital emergency rooms in Togo

      REVUE D EPIDEMIOLOGIE ET DE SANTE PUBLIQUE
    49. Moody-Williams, JD; Linzer, J; Stern, A; Wilkinson, J; Athey, J
      Twenty-four-hour access to emergency care for children in managed care

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    50. Orsay, EM
      Managed care and emergency medical services: Patient knowledge versus patient expectations

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    51. Rankins, RG; Hendey, GW
      Effect of a security system on violent incidents and hidden weapons in theemergency department

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    52. Brasic, JR; Fogelman, D
      Clinician safety

      PSYCHIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    53. Mallet, EC; Mariette, JB; Masson, D; Raudrant-Sigogne, N; Randrianaly, E; Piyaraly, S; Boumanhi, B; Edmar, A
      A study of the activity of the pediatric emergency room at a hospital center in the Reunion Island.

      ANNALES DE PEDIATRIE
    54. Walsh-Kelly, CM; Lang, KR; Chevako, J; Blank, EL; Korom, N; Kirk, K; Gray, A
      Advance directives in a pediatric emergency department

      PEDIATRICS
    55. Dewar, AL; Stewart, A; Cogswell, JJ; Connett, GJ
      A randomised controlled trial to assess the relative benefits of large volume spacers and nebulisers to treat acute asthma in hospital

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    56. Childs, C; Harrison, R; Hodkinson, C
      Tympanic membrane temperature as a measure of core temperature

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    57. NEELY KW
      RETHINKING GATEKEEPING - A CLOSER LOOK AT ITS APPLICATION TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL-SERVICES - COMMENTARY

      Academic emergency medicine
    58. BECK CM; PAUL RI
      PAYMENT OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT BILLS BY MEDICAID PATIENTS

      Academic emergency medicine
    59. ROOSEVELT GE; REYNOLDS SL
      DOES THE USE OF ULTRASONOGRAPHY IMPROVE THE OUTCOME OF CHILDREN WITH APPENDICITIS

      Academic emergency medicine
    60. Navelet, Y; Nedelcoux, H; Teszner, D; Hort-Legrand, C; Delanoe, C; Devictor, D
      Emergency pediatric EEG in mental confusion, behavioral disorders and vigilance disorders: a retrospective study

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    61. ZIMMERMAN DR; ALLEGRA JR; CODY RP
      THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PEDIATRIC VISITS TO NEW-JERSEY GENERAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS

      Pediatric emergency care
    62. REICH JD; CAMPBELL R
      MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION IN CHILDREN

      The American journal of emergency medicine
    63. Shaw, KN; Lavelle, JM
      VESAS: A solution to seasonal fluctuations in emergency department census

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    64. ROBERTS E; MAYS N
      CAN PRIMARY-CARE AND COMMUNITY-BASED MODELS OF EMERGENCY CARE SUBSTITUTE FOR THE HOSPITAL ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY (A AND E) DEPARTMENT

      Health policy
    65. CARRACCIO CL; DETTMER KS; DUPONT ML; SACCHETTI AD
      FAMILY MEMBER KNOWLEDGE OF CHILDRENS MEDICAL PROBLEMS - THE NEED FOR UNIVERSAL APPLICATION OF AN EMERGENCY DATA SET

      Pediatrics (Evanston)
    66. GLASCOE FP; OBERKLAID F; DWORKIN PH; TRIMM F
      BRIEF APPROACHES TO EDUCATING PATIENTS AND PARENTS IN PRIMARY-CARE

      Pediatrics
    67. HUANG HP; SHIH HM
      USE OF INFRARED THERMOMETRY AND EFFECT OF OTITIS-EXTERNA ON EXTERNAL EAR CANAL TEMPERATURE IN DOGS

      Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
    68. SCHUH S; JOHNSON D; STEPHENS D; CALLAHAN S; CANNY G
      HOSPITALIZATION PATTERNS IN SEVERE ACUTE ASTHMA IN CHILDREN

      Pediatric pulmonology
    69. LOMBRAIL P; VITOUXBROT C; BOURRILLON A; BRODIN M; DEPOUVOURVILLE G
      ANOTHER LOOK AT EMERGENCY ROOM OVERCROWDING - ACCESSIBILITY OF THE HEALTH-SERVICES AND QUALITY OF CARE

      International journal for quality in health care
    70. AMIRAV I; NEWHOUSE MT
      METERED-DOSE INHALER ACCESSORY DEVICES IN ACUTE ASTHMA - EFFICACY ANDCOMPARISON WITH NEBULIZERS - A LITERATURE-REVIEW

      Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
    71. SZILAGYI PG; RODEWALD LE; HUMISTON SG; FIERMAN AH; CUNNINGHAM S; GRACIA D; BIRKHEAD GS
      EFFECT OF 2 URBAN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMS ON CHILDHOOD IMMUNIZATION RATES

      Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
    72. YOUNG GP; LOWE RA
      ADVERSE OUTCOMES OF MANAGED CARE GATEKEEPING

      Academic emergency medicine
    73. LANE NE; PAUL RI; BRATCHER DF; STOVER BH
      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASES - CAN WE BE TRUSTED TO TAKE CARE OF OURSELVES

      Pediatric emergency care
    74. HART LS; BERNS SD; HOUCK CS; BOENNING DA
      THE VALUE OF END-TIDAL CO2 MONITORING WHEN COMPARING 3 METHODS OF CONSCIOUS SEDATION FOR CHILDREN UNDERGOING PAINFUL PROCEDURES IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

      Pediatric emergency care
    75. NOVKOV HV
      PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE IN BULGARIA - GENERAL OUTLINE AND 2 ILLUSTRATIVE CASES

      Pediatric emergency care
    76. ROMANOVSKY AA; QUINT PA; BENIKOVA Y; KIESOW LA
      A DIFFERENCE OF 5-DEGREES-C BETWEEN EAR AND RECTAL TEMPERATURES IN A FEBRILE PATIENT

      The American journal of emergency medicine
    77. LOWE RA; BINDMAN AB
      JUDGING WHO NEEDS EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT CARE - A PREREQUISITE FOR POLICY-MAKING

      The American journal of emergency medicine
    78. STAVEM K; SAXHOLM H; SMITHERICHSEN N
      ACCURACY OF INFRARED EAR THERMOMETRY IN ADULT PATIENTS

      Intensive care medicine
    79. ALHAY AA; BORESLI M; SHALTOUT AA
      THE UTILIZATION OF A PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY ROOM IN A GENERAL-HOSPITAL IN KUWAIT

      Annals of tropical paediatrics
    80. ABRAMO TJ; WIEBE RA; SCOTT S; GOTO CS; MCINTIRE DD
      NONINVASIVE CAPNOMETRY MONITORING FOR RESPIRATORY STATUS DURING PEDIATRIC SEIZURES

      Critical care medicine
    81. CHRISTAKIS AKS
      EMERGENCY ROOM GATEKEEPING - A NEW TWIST ON PATIENT DUMPING

      Wisconsin law review
    82. PARKER RI; MAHAN RA; GIUGLIANO D; PARKER MM
      EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF INTRAVENOUS MIDAZOLAM AND KETAMINE AS SEDATIONFOR THERAPEUTIC AND DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES IN CHILDREN

      Pediatrics
    83. WRIGHT RJ; WRIGHT RO; ISAAC NE
      RESPONSE TO BATTERED MOTHERS IN THE PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT - A CALL FOR AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO FAMILY VIOLENCE

      Pediatrics
    84. SMITH GA; STRAUSBAUGH SD; HARBECKWEBER C; COHEN DM; SHIELDS BJ; POWERS JD
      NEW NON-COCAINE-CONTAINING TOPICAL ANESTHETICS COMPARED WITH TETRACAINE-ADRENALINE-COCAINE DURING REPAIR OF LACERATIONS

      Pediatrics
    85. HAMILTON PH; KANG JJ
      EMERGENCY AIRWAY MANAGEMENT

      The Mount Sinai journal of medicine
    86. KOTAGAL UR; ATHERTON HD; BRAGG E; LIPPERT C; DONOVAN EF; PERLSTEIN PH
      USE OF HOSPITAL-BASED SERVICES IN THE FIRST 3 MONTHS OF LIFE - IMPACTOF AN EARLY DISCHARGE PROGRAM

      The Journal of pediatrics
    87. FRANCO SM; MITCHELL CK; BUZON RM
      PRIMARY-CARE PHYSICIAN ACCESS AND GATEKEEPING - A KEY TO REDUCING EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT USE

      Clinical pediatrics
    88. BROWNE GJ; RYAN JM; MCINTYRE P
      EVALUATION OF A PROTOCOL FOR SELECTIVE EMPIRIC TREATMENT OF FEVER WITHOUT LOCALIZING SIGNS

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    89. HOFFMANN DE
      EMERGENCY CARE AND MANAGED CARE - A DANGEROUS COMBINATION

      WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW
    90. AMBROSCH P; HAID M; STEINER W
      MINIMALLY INVASIVE THERAPY OF OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGIC EMERGENCIES IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN - INDICATIONS AND LIMITATIONS

      Minimally invasive therapy & allied technologies
    91. RODEWALD LE; SZILAGYI PG; HUMISTON SG; RAUBERTAS RF; WASSILAK S; ROGHMANN RJ; HALL CB
      EFFECT OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT IMMUNIZATIONS ON IMMUNIZATION RATES AND SUBSEQUENT PRIMARY-CARE VISITS

      Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
    92. JONES S
      AN ACTION RESEARCH INVESTIGATION INTO THE FEASIBILITY OF EXPERIENCED REGISTERED SICK CHILDRENS NURSES (RSCNS) BECOMING CHILDRENS EMERGENCY NURSE PRACTITIONERS (ENPS)

      Journal of clinical nursing
    93. YOUNG GP; WAGNER MB; KELLERMANN AL; ELLIS J; BOULEY D
      AMBULATORY VISITS TO HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS - PATTERNS AND REASONS FOR USE

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    94. ROTELLO LC; CRAWFORD L; TERNDRUP TE
      COMPARISON OF INFRARED EAR THERMOMETER DERIVED AND EQUILIBRATED RECTAL TEMPERATURES IN ESTIMATING PULMONARY-ARTERY TEMPERATURES

      Critical care medicine
    95. HOOKER EA; HOUSTON H
      SCREENING FOR FEVER IN AN ADULT EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT - ORAL VS TYMPANIC THERMOMETRY

      Southern medical journal
    96. HALFON N; NEWACHECK PW; WOOD DL; STPETER RF
      ROUTINE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT USE FOR SICK CARE BY CHILDREN IN THE UNITED-STATES

      Pediatrics
    97. BRONSTEIN JM; JOHNSON VA
      PATIENTS CHOICE OF HOSPITAL OR OFFICE FOR MEDICAID AMBULATORY CARE INALABAMA

      Medical care
    98. SHAHCANNING D; ALPERT JJ; BAUCHNER H
      CARE-SEEKING PATTERNS OF INNER-CITY FAMILIES USING AN EMERGENCY ROOM - A 3-DECADE COMPARISON

      Medical care
    99. HELM M; BRESCHINSKI W; LAMPL L; FREY W; BOCK KH
      PREHOSPITAL INTRAOSSEOUS PUNCTURE - EXPER IENCE OF A RESCUE HELICOPTER PROGRAM

      Anasthesist
    100. MINNES BG; SUTCLIFFE T; KLASSEN TP
      AGREEMENT IN THE INTERPRETATION OF EXTREMITY RADIOGRAPHS OF INJURED CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

      Academic emergency medicine


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