Amanda Eisenberg

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BACKGROUND Previous studies examining sex-based disparities in emergency department (ED) pain care have been limited to a single pain condition, a single study site, and lack rigorous control for confounders. OBJECTIVE A multicenter evaluation of the effect of sex on abdominal pain (AP) and fracture pain (FP) care outcomes. RESEARCH DESIGN A(More)
Objectives . To identify differences in emergency department (ED) pain-care based on the type of fracture sustained and to examine whether fracture type may influence the more aggressive analgesic use previously demonstrated in older patients. Design . Secondary analysis of retrospective cohort study. Setting . Five EDs (four academic, one community) in(More)
Angiosarcoma of the breast is a rare and potentially life-threatening disease. It can present as a palpable mass or subtle erythematous lesion, depending on the predisposing clinical factors. Erythematous skin lesions may be confused for a benign process, which may lead to a delay in diagnosis. We present a case of an 80-year-old woman who developed(More)
Pain is highly prevalent in health care settings; however, disparities continue to exist in pain care treatment. Few studies have investigated if differences exist based on patient-related characteristics associated with aging. The objective of this study was to determine if there are differences in acute pain care for older vs younger patients. This was a(More)
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