Abbott, Leonie
December 2010
Journal of Pharmacy Practice & Research;Dec2010, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p323
Academic Journal
The article discusses several technical reports regarding emergency medicine research, including one on the relationship between antibiotic administration and emergency department (ED) occupancy in adult patients with pneumonia, one investigating the effectiveness of paramedic-induced hypothermia following ventricular fibrillation (VF) on patient outcomes, and one investigating intramuscular drugs, such as droperidol, to prevent acute behavioral disturbances in patients.


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