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    November 2017
  1. PINCUS D, Wasserstein D, Nathens AB, Bai YQ, et al
    Direct medical costs of motorcycle crashes in Ontario.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E1410-E1415.
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  2. PERRY JJ, Sivilotti MLA, Sutherland J, Hohl CM, et al
    Validation of the Ottawa Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Rule in patients with acute headache.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E1379-E1385.
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    October 2017
  3. MOELLER AD, Webber JC
    Adverse effects of therapeutic hypothermia in a 55-year-old man with cardiac arrest.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E1337-E1340.
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  4. BARTON M, McKelvie B, Campigotto A, Mullowney T, et al
    Legionellosis following water birth in a hot tub in a Canadian neonate.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E1311-E1313.
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    July 2017
  5. MCISAAC DI, Abdulla K, Yang H, Sundaresan S, et al
    Association of delay of urgent or emergency surgery with mortality and use of health care resources: a propensity score-matched observational cohort study.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E905-E912.
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    April 2017
  6. RIVERIN BD, Li P, Naimi AI, Strumpf E, et al
    Team-based versus traditional primary care models and short-term outcomes after hospital discharge.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E585-E593.
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    March 2017
  7. VOGEL L
    Canadians still waiting for timely access to care.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E375-E376.
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    January 2017
  8. SYED S, Gatien M, Perry JJ, Chaudry H, et al
    Prospective validation of a clinical decision rule to identify patients presenting to the emergency department with chest pain who can safely be removed from cardiac monitoring.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E139-E145.
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  9. TULK S
    First, do no harm.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E165-E166.
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  10. CLARK DG, Ford JD
    Emergency response in a rapidly changing Arctic.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E135-E136.
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  11. KHAN F, Vaillancourt C
    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
    CMAJ. 2017;189:E25.
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    December 2016
  12. DONROE JH, Holt SR, Tetrault JM
    Caring for patients with opioid use disorder in the hospital.
    CMAJ. 2016;188.
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  13. KOUYOUMDJIAN FG, Lai W, Orkin A, Pek B, et al
    A 25-year-old woman with diabetes in custody.
    CMAJ. 2016;188.
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    October 2016
  14. VOGEL L
    Saskatchewan won't declare HIV emergency.
    CMAJ. 2016;188:1071-1072.
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  15. PANNU N, Graham M, Klarenbach S, Meyer S, et al
    A new model to predict acute kidney injury requiring renal replacement therapy after cardiac surgery.
    CMAJ. 2016;188:1076-1083.
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  16. SQUAIR JW, Phillips AA, Harmon M, Krassioukov AV, et al
    Emergency management of autonomic dysreflexia with neurologic complications.
    CMAJ. 2016;188:1100-1103.
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  17. HODA S, O'Brien J, Gamble J
    Intractable seizures in a toddler after application of an over-the-counter local anesthetic cream.
    CMAJ. 2016;188:1030-1032.
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    September 2016
  18. THIRUGANASAMBANDAMOORTHY V, Kwong K, Wells GA, Sivilotti ML, et al
    Development of the Canadian Syncope Risk Score to predict serious adverse events after emergency department assessment of syncope.
    CMAJ. 2016;188:E289-98.
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    August 2016
    Canada's emergency medicine shortfall.
    CMAJ. 2016;188:E246.
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    June 2016
    Fort McMurray evacuates patients in "surreal" flight.
    CMAJ. 2016;188:E175-8.
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