A case of subarachnoid hemorrhage that a fire department first reported as an inhalation burn injury


158 Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock I 9:4 I Oct Dec 2016 consciousness or severe headache. However, the possibility of SAH cannot be denied in cases with no preceding period of loss of consciousness or headache, since two patients who presented in an ACS showed no such symptoms. Meanwhile, Downes et al. reported that most ACS (89%) cases were… (More)


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