Michigan Medicine researchers developed a new tool to gauge a young adult patient’s gun violence risk, in hopes of more efficiently using prevention resources.
Emergency & Trauma Care
Michigan Medicine researchers examined how a clinical trial on one drug’s efficacy affected its use in ambulances across the country.
A newly launched multicenter study analyzes the use of emergency mechanical circulatory support among critically ill children with cardiovascular conditions.
In a randomized controlled trial, a brief talk with a counselor helped ER patients reduce drug misuse, and a “virtual therapist” on a tablet also showed promise.
Why do so many people, especially young adults, seek emergency care for mundane eye complaints? Researchers highlight the trend — and better options.
Already-available data can improve patient care — just one of the many innovative traumatic brain injury research ideas that the Feb. 17 Massey TBI Grand Challenge aims to fund.