emergency

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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Prospective evaluation of two emergency triage scales: the French Emergency Nurses Classification in Hospitals (FRENCH) and the Emergency Severity Index (ESI)

Clanet R, Aubrion A, Guigne A, Lecadet N, Audigie S, Creveuil Ch, Roupie E, Macrez R. Prospective evaluation of two emergency triage scales: the French Emergency Nurses Classification in Hospitals (FRENCH) and the Emergency Severity Index (ESI). Med Emergency. MJEM 2020; 28:8-12. DOI: 10.26738/MJEM.2017/MJEM28.2020/AA.OAE.130319 Keywords: Accident and Emergency department, Emergency, ESI, FRENCH, Triage Full Article

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Emergency medicine: do societal pressure, stress and technicality leave any place for humane treatment and compassionate approach care?

SCHMITT M, VIZZARI M, LEFORT H. Emergency Medicine: do societal pressure, stress and technicality leave any place for humane treatment and compassionate approach care?. Med Emergency, MJEM 2015; 22:8-12. Key words: burnout, care, cure, emergency, humanity, humanism, humane treatment, ill-treatment, ordinary abuse, respect, security Full Article

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