Kirsten Gee

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INTRODUCTION Approximately 5% of all US emergency department (ED) visits are for chest pain, and coagulation testing is frequently utilized as part of the ED evaluation. OBJECTIVE The objective was to assess the cost-effectiveness of routine coagulation testing of patients with chest pain in the ED. METHODS We conducted a retrospective chart review of(More)
Candida glabrata is mostly good, but, at times, it is an opportunistic pathogen. Previously known as Torulopsis glabrata, it enjoyed a good reputation and was even present in starter cultures. Its haploid genome and lack of mating made it an attractive challenge for yeast genetics studies. However, more recently it has become better known due to its(More)
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