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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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Of the warning scores in use for recognition of high-risk patients at the Emergency Department (ED), few incorporate laboratory results. Although hematological characteristics have shown prognostic value in small studies, large studies in elderly ED populations are lacking. We studied the association between blood cell and platelet counts and characteristics as well as…

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