A maximum delay of two hours is recommended to get fast treatment and the best outcomes; serious complications and death are more likely beyond this window.2–4 Gradual symptoms begin with mild ...
Infection and type 2 myocardial infarction: a large observational study from emergency department
Performance of the early clinical judgement for the diagnosis of syncope on the emergency department
Diagnostic and prognostic utilities of insulin-like growth factor-binding protein-7 in patients presenting to the emergency department with dyspnea: results from the ICON-RELOADED study
Effects of crowding in the emergency department on time dependent processes and outcomes using fast diagnostic protocols in patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome
Diagnostic accuracy and clinical utility of point-of-care ultrasound among syncope patients in the emergency department
Major gastrointestinal haemorrhage of patients with ongoing anticoagulants presented to the emergency department of a community hospital: four-year survey.
Early intensive vasodilation does not improve 180-day all-cause mortality and rehospitalisation in patients hospitalised for acute heart failure, according to late breaking results of the GALACTIC ...
Advances in the diagnosis of chest pain patients presenting in the emergency department - Is it possible to safely rule-out myocardial infarction using a point of care Troponin Test?
Type-II MI and chronic myocardial injury rates, invasive management and 4 year mortality among consecutive patients undergoing high sensitivity troponin T testing in the emergency department