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Angioedema in the emergency department: an evidence-based update.

Prayag Mehta, Nikola Milanko, Jedediah Leaf, Joshua Kern,

Angioedema is a histamine- or bradykinin-mediated response that can be acquired, hereditary, or idiopathic. Manifestations include nonpitting edema of the subcutaneous layer of the skin or submucosal layers of the respiratory or gastrointestinal tracts. While acute presentations are typically transient and localized, angioedema can result in acute airway compromise, requiring ... Read more >>

Emerg Med Pract (Emergency medicine practice)
[2022, 24(10):1-24]

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Advances in cardiac resuscitation in the emergency department.

Kamal Medlej, Ivana Nikolic,

Cardiogenic shock, cardiac arrest, and circulatory failure are life-threatening, and recognizing the underlying etiology and initiating treatment to promote perfusion are key to managing these patients and improving outcomes. This issue reviews the current evidence on diagnosis and management of cardiogenic shock, including oxygen supplementation, red blood cell transfusion, vasopressors, ... Read more >>

Emerg Med Pract (Emergency medicine practice)
[2022, 24(9):1-24]

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