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Authors:  John D Rowlett and Michael T Simmons
Emergency room visits are common during the adolescent years. There are unique characteristics of this patient population which impact disease, morbidity, and mortality. This paper reviews the epidemiology of adolescent emergency room utilization and a general approach to the care of this population. It concludes with an evidence-based review of selected urgent and emergent conditions (resuscitation, anaphylaxis, and asthma). 

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