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IntroductionEvidence regarding the development of pulmonary thromboembolism (PE) during hospitalization is unclear. We hypothesized that the incidence of PE could vary depending on clinical department and aimed to conduct a survey on the incidence of in-hospital PE.MethodsWe conducted a...
IntroductionMitral regurgitation (MR) is characterized by systolic blood flow reversal from the left ventricle to the left atrium. A 2019 study indicated that in the USA, clinically significant MR (sMR) is associated with a substantial healthcare cost burden. In Taiwan, few data are available to...
It is well established that an elevated potassium level (hyperkalemia) is associated with a risk of adverse events including morbidity, mortality and healthcare system cost. Hyperkalemia is commonly encountered in many chronic conditions including kidney disease, diabetes and heart failure....
The established benefits of cooling along with development of sophisticated methods to safely and precisely induce, maintain, monitor, and reverse hypothermia have led to the development of targeted temperature management (TTM). Early trials in human subjects showed that hypothermia conferred...
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