New research is being presented at ACEP 13, the annual scientific assembly of the American College of Emergency Physicians, from October 14 to 17, in Seattle.

Meeting Highlights

Opioid Misuse in Discharged ED Patients

The Benefits of an ED Sepsis Alert

Automated Pain Tracker Ups Analgesia Use

IV Antihypertensive Therapies for High BP in the ED

Improving Discharge Instruction Recall


News From the Meeting

Detecting Subtle Changes in the ECG

Tips on the Rapid Neuro Exam

Exam Vital for Ophthalmologic Procedures

‘Systematic Approach’ Key to Correct Diagnosis of Pediatric Emergencies

Evolving Data on Intracranial Bleeds

Managing Difficulties in the Pediatric Emergency Department; What You Didn’t Learn in Residency

DSI: A Safer Bet than RSI for Some Patients?

Nerve Blocks: Fast, Effective, and Even Fun

Reconsider the Standard Approach to SAH Work-Up

Red Flag or Run-of-the-Mill? Recognizing Dangerous Rashes

Recognizing Signs of Drug Abuse

Reducing Boarding, Improving Flow in the ED Means Reaching Out


More From the Meeting



Schedule at-a-Glance

Virtual ACEP

CME Credit

ACEP Resource Center

Satellite Symposia


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