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Jun 26, 2015
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The decision today by the Supreme Court will prevent millions of people from losing their health insurance, but does not stem the rising tide of visits to the nation's emergency departments or...

Jun 19, 2015

WASHINGTON — What would the 4th of July be without fireworks? A little less busy in hospital emergency rooms. The nation’s emergency physicians urge you to celebrate the country’s...

Jun 17, 2015

WASHINGTON —Many seniors injured in motor vehicle crashes remain in pain for months afterwards, which negatively affects their quality of life, including the ability to live independently....

Jun 12, 2015

Washington — The following is a statement from Michael Gerardi, MD, FACEP, president of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). “The American College of Emergency Physicians...

Jun 12, 2015

WASHINGTON —Simply asking the question, “Do you want more pain medication?” resulted in satisfactory pain control in 99 percent of emergency department patients participating in a study....

May 21, 2015

For Immediate Release: May 21, 2015 WASHINGTON —Emergency patients with pulmonary edema and aortic stenosis may be safely treated with nitroglycerin, despite it being traditionally...

May 19, 2015

For Immediate Release: May 19, 2015 WASHINGTON —The best remedy for severe salicylate poisoning is hemodialysis, according to a comprehensive systematic review of the medical literature...

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This is a weekly round-up of national and local newspaper, magazine and television reports that mention the American College of Emergency Physicians, our issues or our spokespeople.

Jun 28, 2015
Orange County Register
Jun 25, 2015
US News & World Report
Jun 11, 2015
The Wall Street Journal (subscription required to view article)
Jun 11, 2015
Slate.com

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