MJEM 27

Report of a case with cardiac X syndrome diagnosed by echocardiography

KARAM E, KHODEIR P, ABOU NADER G. Report of a case with cardiac X syndrome diagnosed by echocardiography. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27 DOI 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM27.2019/EK.CRE.260918 Key words: cardiac syndrome X, coronary microvascular disease, stress echocardiogram, coronary flow reserve

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Abdomen sans préparation : une alternative parfois rentable

BÉROUD S. Abdominal X ray: sometimes a profitable alternative. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27:34-6. doi: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM27.2019/SB.CRF.010318 Mots clés : abdomen sans préparation, douleur abdominale aiguë, pneumopéritoine, syndrome occlusif Key words: acute abdominal pain, abdominal x-ray, bowel obstruction, pneumoperitoneum Full article

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Point-of-care peripheral venous blood gas in the elderly demographic in the emergency department; a pilot study

Pouryahya P, Luo J, Graudins A, Meyer A McR. Point-of-care peripheral venous blood gas in the elderly demographic in the emergency department; a pilot study. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27:17-22. DOI 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM27.2019/PP.OAE.270618 Keywords: elderly, emergency department, point of care testing, re-presentation, venous blood gas

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Acute Superficial Femoral Artery Thrombosis Diagnosed by Bedside Ultrasound

EL TAWIL CH, JREIGE R, SEBBANE M. Acute Superficial Femoral Artery Thrombosis Diagnosed by Bedside Ultrasound. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27 DOI 10.26738/MJEM.2017/mjem27.2019/CT.CRE.060618 Keywords: arterial thrombosis, bedside ultrasound, peripheral artery disease.

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The suppressive effect on the number of patients with the introduction of off-hours medical expenses in Japan

MITSUNAGA T, OHTAKI Y, KIRIYAMA N, OHTANI K, YAJIMA W, HIBI T, TAKEDA S. The suppressive effect on the number of patients with the introduction of off-hours medical expenses in Japan. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27:11-6. doi: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM27.2019/TM.OAE.080518 Key words: emergency department, Japan, off-hours medical fees, overcrowding, university hospital

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Use of non-invasive continuous blood pressure monitoring in prehospital settings; a feasibility study

MAURIN O, FRATTINI B, JOST D, BOUKHARI H, DUWAT A, JOUFFROY R, HERVAULT N, TRICHEREAU J, LEFORT H, TRAVERS S, TOURTIER JP. Use of non-invasive continuous blood pressure monitoring in prehospital settings; a feasibility study. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 7:10. doi:10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM27.2019/OM.OAE.140318 Key words: blood pressure monitors, plethysmography, prehospital emergency care.

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Prehospital ultrasound: incidence of realization and impact on patient management

GONZVA J, DERKENNE C, ROBERT J, ALLONNEAU A, GELÉ V, HERVAULT N, MATHON A, LEFORT H, JOST D, TOURTIER JP. Prehospital ultrasound: incidence of realization and impact on patient management. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27:4-6.doi: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM27.2019/JG.OAE.210218 Key words: Advanced life support, prehospital emergency care, pre-hospital ultrasound, ultrasound

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Orientation difficile en pré-hospitalier : à propos d’un syndrome de tako-tsubo

GUÉNOT P, ROMAIN H, ESBRARD J, ZIRPHILE X. Difficult orientation in pre-hospital care: about a Tako-tsubo cardiomyopathy. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27:30-3. doi: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM27.2019/PG.CRF.060218 Mots-clés : cardiomyopathie, douleur thoracique, ECG, échographie, pré-hospitalier, stress Key words: cardiomyopathy, chest pain, ECG, prehospital care, scan, stress Full article

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Spontaneous perforation of the pharynx: a case report

Pouryahya  P, McR Meyer A, Gan Ch. Spontaneous perforation of the pharynx: A case report. Med Emergency, MJEM 2019; 27 DOI 10.26738/MJEM.2017/mjem27.2019/PP.CRE.010318 Keywords: aero-digestive, aero-digestive tract, Boerhaave’s syndrome, pharynx, pharynx perforation, perforation, spontaneous perforation, spontaneous pharynx perforation

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