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Currently, there are no data that govern the number of procedures that are necessary to promote competence during emergency medicine (EM) training. Nonetheless, the Residency Review Committee requires each program to report the average number of procedures and resuscitations performed by its residents. For 7 years, we have used a computer database to track(More)
A patient with b-symtoms and a sonographically detected kidney tumor entered hospital for a nephrectomy. An aspergillosis had been histologically accounted for. Up to that point, there was no indication of an immunodeficiency or invasive aspergillosis. Three months later, the patient was readmitted to hospital due to an indefinite retroperitoneal and(More)
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