American Journal of Emergency Medicine

The American Journal of Emergency Medicine is a peer-reviewed medical journal, covering emergency medicine.

Impact factor
1.976 (2011)

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Medical research

First aid: Drones make a difference

Eurac Research and Mountain Rescue South Tyrol tested the use of drones to locate and rescue accident victims in Bletterbach Gorge. The results are in, drones save valuable time and increase safety for rescue services in ...


Vitamin D supplementation could reduce migraine headache attacks

(HealthDay)—Vitamin D supplementation could reduce headache attacks per month and headache days per month among migraine patients, according to a review published in the December issue of The American Journal of Emergency ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Emergency department doctors ask: "Where did all the patients go?"

During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in New England, emergency department visits for medical emergencies—including psychiatric problems, trauma and heart attacks—declined by nearly a third, raising concerns ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

New tool helps predict outcomes for COVID-19

A study published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine this month reports on an assessment tool developed by Kaiser Permanente researchers and physicians that helps ensure patients get the right care, when they need ...

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