Sarah Baillio d'Autremont

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OBJECTIVES The contradictory findings reported in the emergency department (ED) patient satisfaction literature may be due to methodologic differences between studies, as well as actual differences in predictors. The authors examined the stability of predictors of ED patient satisfaction across multiple assessments over 17 months. METHODS All patients who(More)
A 52-year-old man with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) was accidentally electrocuted when a flagpole he was erecting contacted an overhead electrical power line. The electrocution injury initiated ventricular fibrillation. The ICD sensed the arrhythmia and delivered therapy, converting his rhythm to sinus rhythm. The patient had no(More)
BACKGROUND Exotic animal importation and trade has the potential to expose the public to a variety of injuries and diseases not endemic to the United States. Bonnet Macaque monkeys are a fairly common primate illegally held in captivity. These monkeys become aggressive as they age past 2 years and are known to carry asymptomatic Cercopithecine herpesvirus 1(More)
Three patients who presented to an urban general emergency department in Baton Rouge, Louisiana within a 4-hour period are described. These patients demonstrate the various presentations and severity of methanol poisoning from a single source of exposure. Rapid therapy is required, often after presumptive diagnosis, in order to prevent significant morbidity(More)
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