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WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is the world's largest emergency medicine open-access reference resource. Our highly acclaimed content is freely available via the internet and our dedicated mobile applications. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and share your important knowledge with the world.

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Transplant Complications

This month’s newsletter highlights the many complications of patients with a transplant.… Read more

Pepper Spray Review

Pepper (oleoresin capsicum) spray is a commonly used riot-control and violence suppressive agent. It was first used by Federal Bureau of Investigation personnel in the US in 1973.  Commonly encountered effects include conjunctivitis, blepharospasm, and self induced corneal abrasions. Early decontamination minimizes the irritant effects.  Although the majority of the uses do not cause life threatening clinical effects many patients in custody or after exposure present to the Emergency Room. This wiki page will help you navigate the patient who just got Maced!Read more

Check out the new pediatric EM website, PEM Source

PEMsource is a pediatric emergency medicine resource site curated by the faculty and fellows of the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center pediatric emergency medicine fellowship. It has quick links to a range of tools (e.g. BiliTool), FOAM posts, key pediatric algorithms, evidence based reviews, sample ECGs, images, and more. Check it out before you see your next pediatric patient!… Read more