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Faster on-scene times associated with decreased mortality in Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) transported trauma patients
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Longer HEMS on-scene and dispatch times appeared to be associated with increased mortality in trauma patients, however, those with higher ISS require longer on- scene times, increasing mortality. Expand
Synchronous Uterine Metastases from Breast Cancer: Case Study and Literature Review
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Two breast cancer patients with synchronous metastases to the uterus are reported, both patients did not have any gynecologic symptoms and presented a diagnostic challenge. Expand
Literature Review of Current Management of Colorectal Liver Metastasis
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The aim of this review was to report the various treatment modalities and outcomes currently used in the treatment of CRLM. Expand
Decreased opioid consumption and enhance recovery with the addition of IV Acetaminophen in colorectal patients: a prospective, multi-institutional, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled
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There appears to be a shortened length of hospital stay, better pain control, reduced time to return of bowel function, and lower rate of post-operative ileus in patients receiving IV acetaminophen. Expand
Risk Factors for Inpatient Hospital Admission in Pediatric Burn Patients
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Pediatric burn patients are more likely to be admitted to the hospital having a fluid and electrolyte abnormality, having a drug abuse status, and/or during the month of July. Expand
Case report of a 3-year-old girl with pleuropulmonary blastoma and family history of a tumor predisposition syndrome with c. 2830 gene mutation in DICER1
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A child diagnosed with PPB with maternal history of bilateral ovarian Sertoli-Leydig cell tumors and papillary carcinoma of the thyroid is presented, who eventually succumbed to brain metastases and was made comfort care after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage several months after the initial diagnosis. Expand
Socioeconomic Factors Impact Inpatient Mortality in Pediatric Lymphoma Patients
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Congestive heart failure, renal failure, coagulopathy, metastatic disease, and electrolyte abnormalities were all found to be associated with inpatient mortality in children diagnosed with lymphoma. Expand
Helicopter versus ground ambulance: review of national database for outcomes in survival in transferred trauma patients in the USA
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It is demonstrated that despite improvements in trauma care, patients have improved survival if transported by helicopter ambulance, and air transportation is associated with better patient outcomes. Expand
Enzyme Replacement Therapy with Elosulfase alfa for Mucopolysaccharidosis IVA (Morquio A Syndrome): Milestones and Challenges
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Although the treatment was well tolerated along all clinical trials, all patients developed antibodies against the infused enzyme, and more analyses need to be performed to reach final conclusions on the effect of immune response and elosulfase alfa treatment response. Expand
Safest Time to Resume Oral Anticoagulation in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury
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While most studies suggest that the safest time for resuming AAT lies between three and 10 days, this study revealed that adverse events were minimized in patients on AAT between seven and 9.5 days. Expand
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