SUGGESTIONS: 2018 —3
Serrano, Karen, MD and Shenvi, Christina, MD PhD. Navigating the Penicillin Pseudo-Allergy Pandemic. PhD Emergency Physicians Monthly. January 31, 2018.
Genes, Nicholas, MD PhD and Motov, Serge, MD. Dilaudid in Detail: The Problem with Hydromorphone. PhD Emergency Physicians Monthly. January 31, 2018.
Motov, Sergey, MD and Genes, Nicholas, MD PhD. The Painful Reality Behind America's Surge in Tramadol Prescriptions. Emergency Physicians Monthly. December 12, 2017.
Bond, Chris. NSAIDs Part 1: Which one is best? SOCMOB Blog: Standing on the Corner, Minding my Own Business in the ER. February 10, 2013.
Bond, Chris. NSAIDs part 2: The Ceiling Effect. SOCMOB Blog: Standing on the Corner, Minding my Own Business in the ER. February 27, 2013.
Bond, Chris. NSAIDs Part 3: Gastrointestinal Side Effects and Toxicity. SOCMOB Blog: Standing on the Corner, Minding my Own Business in the ER. March 17, 2013.
Durfey, N., Lehnhof, B., Bergeson, A., Durfey, S. N., Leytin, V., McAteer, K., ... & Valiquet, J. (2017). Severe Hyperkalemia: Can the Electrocardiogram Risk Stratify for Short-term Adverse Events?. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 18(5), 963. https://doi.org/10.5811/westjem.2017.6.33033. [PDF]
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