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Predicting outcomes in emergency medical admissions – role of laboratory data and co-morbidity


Abstract Background: The utility of risk stratification following an emergency medical admission has been debated. We have examined the predictability of outcomes, from a database of all emergency admissions to St James’ Hospital, Dublin, over a six year period (2005-2010). Methods: Analysis was performed using the hospital in-patient enquiry system, linked to…

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