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Background: The need for mental health services in the Emergency Department (ED) has been steadily increasing, with long waits being reported for patients needing mental health services. In the present setting, patients waited an average of 2–3 h to see a mental health professional. Objective:...
Although a few cases of bladder wall rupture have been reported in the literature in association with bladder wall disease, idiopathic rupture of the bladder without injury remains an uncommon phenomenon. We report the case of a patient presenting to the Emergency Department with diffuse...
Background: Severe hemorrhagic shock often results in cardiac arrest due to vital organ hypoperfusion, especially of the heart. Although fluid resuscitation is the mainstay of management in hemorrhagic shock, treatment of cardiac arrest in association with severe hemorrhagic shock is unclear....
Abstract Background: Numerous studies have shown significant benefits of using real-time ultrasonography for central line intravenous access. Traditionally, the ultrasound probe is placed along the short axis of the vein to visualize and direct needle placement. This view has some limitations,...
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