Pierre-Géraud Claret

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE The adoption of computerized physician order entry is an important cornerstone of using health information technology (HIT) in health care. The transition from paper to computer forms presents a change in physicians' practices. The main objective of this study was to investigate the impact of implementing a computer-based order(More)
BACKGROUND Heart failure is one of the leading reasons for hospitalization in developed countries. Our goal was to describe the hemodynamic vital signs (heart rate and systolic blood pressure) of patients presenting to the emergency department (ED) with heart failure and to describe the frequency of adverse events for patients presenting with various heart(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of our study was to investigate the impact of a new organization of our emergency department (ED) on patients' mortality and management delays. METHODS The ED segmentation consisted of the development of a new patient care geographical layout on a pre-existing site and changing the organization of patient flow. It took place on May 10,(More)
INTRODUCTION Transcutaneous CO₂ (PtCO₂) is a continuous and non-invasive measure recommended by scientific societies in the management of respiratory distress. The objective of this study is to evaluate the correlation between PtCO₂ and blood pressure of CO₂ (PaCOv) by blood gas analysis in emergency patients with dyspnoea and to determine the factors that(More)
UNLABELLED After publication of this article (Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med 23:40, 2015), it came to light that an earlier version had been published in error. This erratum contains the correct version of the article, which incorporates revisions made in response to reviewer comments. Additionally, one of the authors was inadvertently omitted from the(More)
BACKGROUND When medical wards become saturated, the common practice is to resort to outlying patients in another ward until a bed becomes free. OBJECTIVES Compare the quality of care provided for inpatients who are outlying (O) in inappropriate wards because of lack of vacant beds in appropriate specialty wards to the care given to non outlying (NO)(More)
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