1.5(top 13%)
Impact Factor
1.7(top 13%)
extended IF
90(top 4%)
citing journals
citing authors

Most Cited Articles of Journal of Emergency Medicine

Presentation, time to antibiotics, and mortality of patients with bacterial meningitis at an urban county medical center2001612
The ethical attitude of emergency physicians toward resuscitation in Korea2008590
A novel assay for cobalt-albumin binding and its potential as a marker for myocardial ischemia-a preliminary report2000543
The C-reactive protein1999436
Vasopressin, renin, and adrenocorticotropic hormone levels during the resuscitation of hemorrhagic shock in dogs2000349
The clinical presentation and impact of diagnostic delays on emergency department patients with spinal epidural abscess2004239
The red blood cell distribution width1991236
Battle casualty survival with emergency tourniquet use to stop limb bleeding2011212
Patient satisfaction in the Emergency Department: a review of the literature and implications for practice2004209
Treatment of the serotonin syndrome with cyproheptadine1998208
Application of lean manufacturing techniques in the Emergency Department2009207
Heavy metal toxicity, Part I: arsenic and mercury1998194
Midazolam: a review of therapeutic uses and toxicity1997193
Violence against emergency department workers2006188
Hydrofluoric acid: a review of toxicity1992186
Patient comprehension of doctor-patient communication on discharge from the emergency department1997184
Synthetic cannabinoid intoxication: a case series and review2013180
Emergency airway management: a multi-center report of 8937 emergency department intubations2011167
"Spice" girls: synthetic cannabinoid intoxication2011167
Utilizing clinical factors to reduce head CT scan ordering for minor head trauma patients1997162
Electrocardiographic manifestations: electrolyte abnormalities2004156
A review of etomidate for rapid sequence intubation in the emergency department1997155
The failed intubation attempt in the emergency department: analysis of prevalence, rescue techniques, and personnel2002155
Medical Emergency Triage and Treatment System (METTS): a new protocol in primary triage and secondary priority decision in emergency medicine2011154
Emergency Department overcrowding and ambulance diversion: the impact and potential solutions of extended boarding of admitted patients in the Emergency Department2006154