Roberto Oggioni

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C. MATTIA 1, G. SAVOIA 2, F. PAOLETTI 3, O. PIAZZA 4, D. ALBANESE 5, B. AMANTEA 6, F. AMBROSIO 7, B. BELFIORE 8, M. BERTI 9, L. BERTINI 10, F. BRUNO 11, M. CARASSITI 12, D. CELLENO 13, F. COLUZZI 1, G. CONSALES 14, A. COSTANTINI 15, F. CUPPINI 16, R. A. DE GAUDIO 14, A. FARNIA 17, G. FINCO 18, E. GRAVINO 4, A. GUBERTI 19, L. LAURENZI 20, S. MANGIONE 21, M.(More)
BACKGRAUND Pain is the primary reason for admission to the Emergency Department (ED). However, the management of pain in this setting is often inadequate because of opiophagia, fear of excessive sedation, and fear of compromising an adequate clinical assessment. METHODS An intersociety consensus conference was held in 2010 on the assessment and treatment(More)
We report the case of an 18-year-old woman who was referred to our outpatient clinic because of a 2-week history of sore throat, high fever, and neck tenderness unresponsive to a 7-day amoxicillin/clavulanic acid course. Infectious mononucleosis was initially suspected, but an extremely high value of procalcitonin and clinical deterioration suggested a(More)
A Reye Like Syndrome case occurred in a twelve year-old little girl with a previous familiar history is reported. The little patient was admitted in the pediatric ward for fever, vomiting and aspecific respiratory symptoms and developed very quickly a severe metabolic acidosis, alterations of consciousness, hypoxia, tissular hypoperfusion, multiple organ(More)