Hypertensive emergencies look like emergencies!
As the year draws to a close it is safe to say that it has not been a productive twelve months for antibiotic stewardship in the Emergency Department. A recent example is the latest NEJM publication by Hoberman et al examining the efficacy of antibiotics for children with acute otitis media (OM) (1). Using a […]
I’ve often wondered if the devastating outcomes observed in patients presenting in status epilepticus (SE), are far more influenced by the underlying etiology inciting this seizure activity than the time it takes us to control this neurological outburst. And while the HYBERNATUS study does not directly address this question, it does allow for some interesting […]