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A bedside ultrasound technique for fluid therapy monitoring in severe hypovolemia: Tissue doppler imaging of the right ventricle
Fluid therapy is one of the main issues for hemodynamic resuscitation. Tissue Doppler imaging (TDI) of the right ventricle (RV) with bedside ultrasound (BUS) technique is a new dynamic method to identify fluid responsiveness ...
A new tool in the examination of lungs in the emergency department: Lung ultrasound
Pneumonia is a worldwide major healthcare and economic problem. It has a considerable effect on morbidity and mortality. The use of lung ultrasound (LUS) has gained popularity in intensive care units and emergency departments ...
Etiological factors and management in priapism patients and attitude of emergency physicians
Objective: To present the underlying etiologicalfactors in patients referring with priapism,sharing how they are managed according to etiologyand priapism type together with our experiences, creatingawareness so that ...
Evaluation of activated charcoal and lipid emulsion treatment in model of acute rivaroxaban toxicity
Aim: Reducing or reversing the toxicity effects of neworal anticoagulants is an important question.The purpose of the present study is to evaluate the effect of lipid emulsion (LE) and Activated Charcoal (AC) therapy on ...
Is there any association between the efficacy of imaging techniques and the age of the patient in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis?
(Emergency Medicine Physicians Assoc Turkey, 2017)
Aim: In this study, we aimed to assess whether there is any difference between the time and effectiveness seen in the diagnostic stage of acute appendicitis when an appropriate imaging method is selected for the patients ...
Relationship of serum pentraxin-3 with peripheral arterial disease
Aim: Since atherosclerosis is a chronic inflammatory process associated with peripheral artery disease (PAD), the inflammatory marker pentraxin (PTX) may increase in PAD. Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional ...