Case Report

Usefulness of shock index for prehospital triage of septic shock by the SAMU regulation

Jouffroy R, Saade A, Philippe P, Gueye P, Bloch-Laine E, Ecollan P, Carli P, Vivien B. Usefulness of shock index for prehospital triage of septic shock by the SAMU regulation. Med Emergency, MJEM 2020; 28:58-63. DOI: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM28.2020/CT.CRE.150420 Key words: prehospital triage, SAMU regulation, septic shock, shock index Full Article

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Approche diagnostique et thérapeutique de la nécrolyse épidermique toxique aux urgences: résumé de deux cas

Nouira NH, Wiem D, Lahouegue A, Walha Y, Kallel I, Ben Cheikh M. Diagnostic and therapeutic approach of the toxic epidermal necrolysis in the emergency department: report of two cases. Med Emergency, MJEM 2020; 28:50-7. DOI: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM28.2020/CT.CRF.070120 Mots clés : médicament, Syndrome de Stevens-Johnson, toxidermie, urgence Key words: drug, emergency, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, toxidermia Full Article

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Splenic rupture after colonoscopy diagnosed by bedside ultrasonography

El Asmar A, Traboulsy S, El Tawil Ch. Splenic rupture after colonoscopy diagnosed by bedside ultrasonography. Med Emergency, MJEM 2020;28:43-4.  DOI: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM28.2020/CT.CRE.180219 Keywords: colonoscopy, spleen, ultrasonography Full Article

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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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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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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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Utility of PoCUS in diagnosis of aortic dissection – Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS) saves lives; a case report

POURYAHYA P, MEYER A MCR, LEE HM. Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS) saves lives; a case report. Utility of PoCUS in diagnosis of aortic dissection. Med Emergency, MJEM 2018; 26:32-5. DOI 10.26738/MJEM.2017/mjem26.2018/PP.CRE.270917 Key words: aortic dissection, emergency department, PoCUS, point of care ultrasound  Full article 

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Un syndrome douloureux lombo-abdominal atypique

BEROUD S, DOUPLAT M, REYNAUD Q, LEGA JC. Atypical abdominal and lumbar pain syndrome. Med Emergency, MJEM 2018; 26:44-6. DOI 10.26738/MJEM.2017/mjem26.2018/SB.CRF.060917Mots clés : colique néphrétique, douleur abdominale, embolie pulmonaire, lithiase urinaire Key words: abdominal pain, pulmonary embolism, renal colic, urolithiasis Full article 

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Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome with hyperlactatemia: A case report

HAMELIN PL, RENARD A, MICHOUD G, DEFUENTES G, AGOUSTY M, BRUYANT AC. Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome with hyperlactatemia: A case report. Med Emergency, MJEM 2018; 26:36-8. DOI 10.26738/MJEM.2017/mjem26.2018/PLH.CRE.041017 Key words: cannabis, emergency department, hyperemesis syndrome, hyperlactatemia.  Full article 

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