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The morphing and uncertain landscape of
marijuana legalization has not only created new challenges for EPs but also led
to an increase in DUIs and cannabinoid hyperemesis. (http://bit.ly/2GS8mW0.)
Dr. Larry Mellick says racemic epinephrine’s
benefits in patients with croup, asthma, and bronchiolitis have been
overshadowed by unfounded rumors of its adverse effects. (http://bit.ly/EMN-Mellick.)
Our Tox Cave authors say e-cigarettes may soon
send more patients to the ED with burns, blast injuries, and even fractures. (http://bit.ly/EMN-ToxCave.)
Ultrasound for retinal detachment is a reminder
that ruling out a diagnosis should be based on clinical judgment, not what an
isolated ultrasound, says Dr. Christine Butts. (http://bit.ly/2GQXzeM.)
The previous mainstay of treatment for concussion,
complete brain and physical rest, is actually harmful, and the opposite is now
recommended, says Dr. Katherine Dolbec. (http://bit.ly/2GPoojo.)