Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center

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Research: Abstracts/Presentations

Pediatric Academic Societies – Baltimore, MD 2009

Prentiss K. Physicians Inadequately Diagnose Sexually Transmitted Infections in Patients with Dysuria

Lam, S. Moderately Sensitive in Detecting Drainable Fluid Collection in Pediatric Soft Tissue Infections

Pediatric Academic Societies – Toronto, CA 2007

Jain K, Tien I, Lenders C.  A Novel Method to Better Estimate Weight Among Children in the Emergency Room

Ramirez-Schrempp D.  Bedside Ultrasound Training in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowships -

Pediatric Academic Societies – Washington DC 2005

Mendoza F, Kharasch S, Mehta SD. Are CT Scan Dose-Related Parameters Adjusted for Pediatric Trauma Patients?

Ellison A, Bauchner H. Universal Precaution in the Pediatric Emergency Department

Tenney R, Schwartz I, Adams W. Access to vaccine records in a Pediatric Emergency Department Reduces Laboratory Testing and Length of Stay for Young Febrile Child

Pediatric Academic Societies – San Francisco CA 2004

Trokel M, Wadimmba A, Griffith J, Sage R. Recognition of abuse among injured infants admitted to General and Children’s Hospital

Dorfman D, Metha S, Dwyer D. Pediatric emergency department psychiatric evaluation: factors associated with inpatient psychiatric admission

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