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Higher In-Hospital Mortality in Patients with Nonspecific Complaints Presenting to the Emergency Department

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Background: Nonspecific complaints (NSC) at the Emergency Department (ED) are not well researched yet. Objective: To investigate the number of patients who could be classified as having NSC early after arrival in the ED using an algorithm. Method: Retrospective cohort study was conducted among all hemodynamically stable non-trauma adult patients…

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