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Referral of emergency department patients for pneumococcal vaccination.
Transportation of Patients
Performance of the EDACS-accelerated Diagnostic Pathway in a Cohort of US Patients with Acute Chest Pain.
Monocyte Chemoattractant Protein-1 as a Predictor of Coronary Atherosclerosis in Patients Receiving Coronary Angiography.
ACES (Accelerated Chest Pain Evaluation With Stress Imaging) Protocols Eliminate Testing Disparities in Patients With Chest Pain.
One-Year Mortality and Associated Factors in Patients Receiving Out-of-Hospital Naloxone for Presumed Opioid Overdose.
Point-of-Care Troponin Testing during Ambulance Transport to Detect Acute Myocardial Infarction.
HEART Pathway Implementation Safely Reduces Hospitalizations at One Year in Patients With Acute Chest Pain.
Identification of very low-risk acute chest pain patients without troponin testing.
Prehospital Time Disparities for Rural Patients with Suspected STEMI.
Major adverse cardiac event rates in moderate-risk patients: Does prior coronary disease matter?
Scoring systems for the triage and assessment of short-term cardiovascular risk in patients with acute chest pain.
Monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 is not predictive of cardiac events in patients with non-low-risk chest pain.
Prehospital time for patients with acute cardiac complaints: A rural health disparity.
EMS blood collection from patients with acute chest pain reduces emergency department length of stay.
The ethical dilemma of emergency department patients with low-risk chest pain.
The disutility of stress testing in low-risk HEART Pathway patients.
Prehospital Cross-Sectional Study of Drowning Patients Across the United States.
Prehospital Trauma Scene and Transport Times for Pediatric and Adult Patients.