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BACKGROUND Extremity injury is a common condition that requires pain management in an emergency department. In pediatric patients, the most frequently used method of pain control is intravenous (IV) morphine sulfate. Oral transmucosal fentanyl citrate (OTFC) is a potential alternative to morphine, which may obviate the need to place an IV before addressing… (More)
A unique case of thioridazine-dependent discoloration of vision or "chromatopsia" is presented. This case merits its unique status because of the particular tint of the discoloration, the relative rapidity of onset of this symptoms, and the low dosage of thioridazine that was involved.
Background. It is unclear if clinicians evaluate for concurrent bacteremia or UTI in young patients diagnosed with acute otitis media (AOM). Objectives. To describe how often, and under which circumstances, emergency providers investigate for bacteremia or UTI in 2-36 month olds with AOM. Methods. Cases of AOM were analyzed from the 2001-2004 National… (More)