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Exploring the value of routinely measured hematology parameters for identification of elderly patients at high risk of death at the Emergency Department

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Common risk stratification tools, e.g. for triage, fail in older patients. Some attempts have been undertaken to improve triage of older patients with nonspecific markers such as lactate with or without combination with vital signs or other aggregated lab scores.

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