Emergency Medicine Conference Details

Current Concepts in Emergency Care - 34th Annual Conference CME

Date: December 8-13, 2013
Location: Wailea - Maui , Hawaii 96753, United States
Email: mawayne2@gmail.com
URL: http://www.my-medical-education.com/en/mme/index.php?page=veranstaltung& field=1d08e79d-d33f-d941-798f-548e1380ff87& event=5da95e09-eaed-0620-2316-22fd0288024f
Description: Medical topics include surgery, internal and general medicine, intensive medicine, emergency medicine, and intensive care. The conference host is the American College of Emergency Physicians-Washington.

Venue: Marriott Hotel Hawai, Wailea - Maui, Hawaii

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Read Article Summaries From Top Medical Journals

1 Prospective observational study of emergent endotracheal intubation practice in the intensive care unit and emergency department of an Australian regional tertiary hospital Emergency Medicine Australasia, June 20, 2014
2 Admissions of critically ill patients to the ED intensive care unit The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, January 5, 2015
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3 Intestinal fatty acid binding protein as a marker for intra-abdominal pressure-related complications in patients admitted to the intensive care unit; study protocol for a prospective cohort study (I-Fabulous study) Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine, February 9, 2015 Free full text
4 Evaluating the Pediatric Early Warning Score (PEWS) system for admitted patients in the pediatric emergency department Academic Emergency Medicine, November 26, 2014
5 Predictors of intensive care unit transfer or death in emergency department patients with suspected infection European Journal of Emergency Medicine, May 6, 2015

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