Trends and Related Factors of Cannabis-Associated Emergency Department Visits in the United States: 2006-2014.

@article{Shen2019TrendsAR,
  title={Trends and Related Factors of Cannabis-Associated Emergency Department Visits in the United States: 2006-2014.},
  author={Jay J. Shen and Guogen Shan and Pearl C. Kim and Ji Won Yoo and Carolee Dodge-Francis and Yong-Jae Lee},
  journal={Journal of Addiction Medicine},
  year={2019}
}
OBJECTIVES To examine national trends and contributing factors of cannabis-associated emergency department visits in the United States. METHODS This pooled serial cross-sectional study used a hierarchical multivariable analysis on emergency department visit adjusting for year, patient and hospital characteristics. We analyzed 2006 to 2014 National Emergency Department Sample data that identified cannabis-associated emergency department visits among patients aged 12 years or older (n = 265,128… Expand
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