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Appropriateness of Hospital Admission for Emergency Department Patients with Bronchiolitis: Secondary Analysis

Appropriateness of Hospital Admission for Emergency Department Patients with Bronchiolitis: Secondary Analysis

Each year in the United States, bronchiolitis incurs about 287,000 emergency department (ED) visits [6], 128,000 hospitalizations [2], and US $1.73 billion of total inpatient cost (2009) [2].Around 32%-40% of the ED visits for bronchiolitis end in hospitalization

Gang Luo, Michael D Johnson, Flory L Nkoy, Shan He, Bryan L Stone

JMIR Med Inform 2018;6(4):e10498

A Brief Music App to Address Pain in the Emergency Department: Prospective Study

A Brief Music App to Address Pain in the Emergency Department: Prospective Study

ED Obs: emergency department observation unit.The mean age of participants in the total sample (N=81) was 43.84 (SD 15) years, with a larger proportion of men (57, 70%) than women (24, 30%; Table 1).

Peter R Chai, Emily Schwartz, Mohammad Adrian Hasdianda, Desiree R Azizoddin, Anna Kikut, Guruprasad D Jambaulikar, Robert R Edwards, Edward W Boyer, Kristin L Schreiber

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(5):e18537

Predicting Appropriate Hospital Admission of Emergency Department Patients with Bronchiolitis: Secondary Analysis

Predicting Appropriate Hospital Admission of Emergency Department Patients with Bronchiolitis: Secondary Analysis

Accordingly, the model uses clinical and administrative data to conduct binary classification.Figure 1The operational definition of appropriate hospital admission for emergency department patients with bronchiolitis.MethodsStudy Design and Ethical ApprovalIn

Gang Luo, Bryan L Stone, Flory L Nkoy, Shan He, Michael D Johnson

JMIR Med Inform 2019;7(1):e12591

Using Patient Flow Information to Determine Risk of Hospital Presentation: Protocol for a Proof-of-Concept Study

Using Patient Flow Information to Determine Risk of Hospital Presentation: Protocol for a Proof-of-Concept Study

More vulnerable groups within the community, such as elderly patients [5], Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders [6], and patients of low health literacy [7], are considered more likely to present for emergency care.

Christopher M Pearce, Adam McLeod, Jon Patrick, Douglas Boyle, Marianne Shearer, Paula Eustace, Mary Catherine Pearce

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(4):e241

Evaluating the Need for Routine COVID-19 Testing of Emergency Department Staff: Quantitative Analysis

Evaluating the Need for Routine COVID-19 Testing of Emergency Department Staff: Quantitative Analysis

other countries [13-15], health care workers (HCW) have been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic [16-18].The aim of this study was to provide a quantitative analysis and model for predicting the impact of periodic COVID-19 testing for all emergency

Yuemei Zhang, Sheng-Ru Cheng

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(4):e20260

Internet Usage by Parents Prior to Seeking Care at a Pediatric Emergency Department: Observational Study

Internet Usage by Parents Prior to Seeking Care at a Pediatric Emergency Department: Observational Study

IntroductionMany parents seek advice from at least one source prior to presenting to a pediatric emergency department (ED) [1-5]. Parents commonly utilize the Internet to learn about pediatric health problems [1,2,5-16].

Purvi L Shroff, Rebecca W Hayes, Pradeep Padmanabhan, Michelle D Stevenson

Interact J Med Res 2017;6(2):e17

Predictive Modeling of 30-Day Emergency Hospital Transport of Patients Using a Personal Emergency Response System: Prognostic Retrospective Study

Predictive Modeling of 30-Day Emergency Hospital Transport of Patients Using a Personal Emergency Response System: Prognostic Retrospective Study

IntroductionBackgroundWith the worldwide increase in the elderly population [1], chronic diseases and associated health care utilization, such as costly emergency department (ED) visits and subsequent hospitalizations, are also on the rise.

Jorn op den Buijs, Mariana Simons, Sara Golas, Nils Fischer, Jennifer Felsted, Linda Schertzer, Stephen Agboola, Joseph Kvedar, Kamal Jethwani

JMIR Med Inform 2018;6(4):e49

Acceptability of a Mobile Clinical Decision Tool Among Emergency Department Clinicians: Development and Evaluation of The Ottawa Rules App

Acceptability of a Mobile Clinical Decision Tool Among Emergency Department Clinicians: Development and Evaluation of The Ottawa Rules App

decisions at the bedside [1-3].The Ottawa Knee Rule [4], Ottawa Ankle Rules [5], and Canadian C-Spine Rule [6] are 3 internationally validated clinical decision rules that were developed to facilitate rapid detection of bone fractures upon entry into the emergency

Michelle Paradis, Ian Stiell, Katherine M Atkinson, Julien Guerinet, Yulric Sequeira, Laura Salter, Alan J Forster, Malia SQ Murphy, Kumanan Wilson

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(6):e10263