Several novel synthetic amphetamines have been marketed worldwide as "bath salts." The use of bath salts is associated with severe medical consequences resulting in a US federal ban over the last 3 years on the more common substances found in this group. Bath salts intoxication has a relatively nonspecific presentation, and urine toxicology confirmation in emergency departments (EDs) is impractical because the turnaround time is several days. Emergency clinicians must therefore rely heavily on patients' self-reports to verify the diagnosis. We performed an online survey of emergency clinicians to determine their degree of exposure to bath salts-intoxicated patients, the clinically relevant features of such patients, and the typical emergency management.