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Two Cases of Minor Blunt Splenic Injury Accompanied with Unexpected Fatal Delayed Splenic Rupture.
Severe Sacral Region Pressure Ulcer Infection Treated in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy with Instillation and Dwelling: A Case Report.
Analysis of Grade Classification for Prehospital Injury Severity Scores Applied in Shonan-area Medical Control Council.
Should beta-blockers be continued as a treatment for myocardial infarction in the case of Kounis syndrome?
Optimal Treatment for Diverticulum-like Projections of the Retrohepatic Inferior Vena Cava Occurring after Inferior Vena Cava Packing: A Case Report.
A Case of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Caused by Waterproofing Spray Inhalation.
Successful Treatment of Blunt Musculophrenic Artery Injury by Transcatheter Arterial Embolization: A Case Report.
Characteristic of the acute drug intoxication conveyed by Kanagawa helicopter emergency medical service.
[Series: Diagnosis at a Glance].
Does Antiarrhythmic Drug during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Improve the One-month Survival: The SOS-KANTO 2012 Study
A Case of Blunt Traumatic Cardiac Tamponade Successfully Treated by Out-of-hospital Pericardial Drainage in a "Doctor-helicopter" Ambulance Staffed by Skilled Emergency Physicians.
The fatal fire accident of the Japanese high-speed railway lines (Shinkansen).
Comparative Effectiveness of Emergency Resuscitative Thoracotomy versus Closed Chest Compressions among Patients with Critical Blunt Trauma: A Nationwide Cohort Study in Japan.
A giant abdominal hematoma caused by seatbelt injury led to the development of shock.
Risk factors for ground-level falls differ by sex.
The first case of huge amebic intra-abdominal tumor with asymptomatic amebic colitis.
Nationwide Epidemiological Survey of Prehospital Transfusion Therapy and Development of Optimal Prehospital Transfusion Therapy Strategy
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