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Photo Quiz
06/17/2022
A 5-month-old infant was brought to the emergency department with vomiting and concerns for reflux. He was a full-term infant born by C-section due to failure to progress, with a birth weight of 3.3 kg. ...
06/17/2022
Emergency Medicine
Diane Calello, MD
Emergency Medicine
06/12/2022
Diane Calello, MD, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers News Jersey Medical School, overviews common types and causes of poisonings in toddlers, children, and...
06/12/2022
radiology
radiology
06/09/2022
A 41-year-old man went to his local hospital for an MRI with gadolinium to improve contrast. A radiology technologist was tending to the patient in the radiology room when she realized that he was having an...
06/09/2022

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radiology
radiology
06/09/2022
A 41-year-old man went to his local hospital for an MRI with gadolinium to improve contrast. A radiology technologist was tending to the patient in the radiology room when she realized that he was having an...
06/09/2022
Legal Medicine
Legal Medicine
04/21/2022
One day, an 89-year-old woman was brought in from the nursing home where she was residing.
04/21/2022
Vascular Medicine
Vascular Medicine
03/10/2022
A 19-year-old college student began experiencing chest pains and shortness of breath. Her boyfriend called 911, and the paramedic radioed ahead to the hospital that they believed she was experiencing a...
03/10/2022
FEVER
FEVER
11/18/2021
A first-time mother presents to your office with her 24-day old infant. Despite being otherwise well-appearing, the infant has had a fever for several days. The mother's efforts have been unable to break...
11/18/2021
mental health
mental health
08/07/2021
Mental health is one of the top 10 reasons people visit the emergency department, but follow-up care is not always adequate. Are there ways hospitals can help these patients? Tell us via our poll!
08/07/2021

Clinical Insights

Emergency Medicine
Diane Calello, MD
Emergency Medicine
06/12/2022
Diane Calello, MD, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers News Jersey Medical School, overviews common types and causes of poisonings in toddlers, children, and...
06/12/2022
Emergency Medicine
Diane Calello, MD
Emergency Medicine
09/27/2021
Diane Calello, MD, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers News Jersey Medical School, discusses the role of pediatricians and poison control centers in preventing...
09/27/2021
opioids
opioids
09/24/2021
David G Schwartz, PhD, and Stephen Lankenau, PhD, answer our questions on the results of a study examining the effectiveness of equipping members of the community with naloxone and a smartphone application...
09/24/2021
Emergency Medicine
Lewis Nelson, MD
Emergency Medicine
06/11/2021
Lewis S. Nelson, MD, chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, discusses the key components of treating opioid overdose and opioid use disorder in the emergency...
06/11/2021
Emergency Medicine
Dr. Thomas Stelfox
Emergency Medicine
08/27/2018
In this podcast, Dr Thomas Stelfox from the University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services spoke in-depth about his study, which found that select patients may benefit from being discharged directly from...
08/27/2018