WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is the world's largest and most popular 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.
Our app is now on the google play store again. Thank you for your patience and sorry for the inconvenience. … Read more
Our app has been removed from the google play store. We are actively investigating the issue and attempting to return our app to the store. It is still available on iOS… Read more
WikEM has a completely redesigned app. Although it currently looks the same almost everything is different behind the scenes and we need testers.
Although much of the emergent focus has been on management of the Covid19 patient with respiratory distress, prevention of transmission in and out of the ED within the rest of the hospital is of great importance… Read more
In this era of social distancing and online learning, check out Trauma ICU Rounds, new podcast by Dr. Dennis Kim, that provides concise, clinically relevant information on topics that span the spectrum of critical care, emergency general surgery, and trauma surgery. You can find it on its website, iTunes, or the other major directories. … Read more
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