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A Systematic Review of the Effects of Hyperoxia in Acutely Ill Patients: Should We Aim for Less?

Orthostatic blood pressure measurements are often overlooked during the initial evaluation of syncope in the emergency department

Pain score, desire for pain treatment and effect on pain satisfaction in the emergency department: a prospective, observational study

Prehospital antibiotics for sepsis: beyond mortality?

Repeated vital sign measurements in the emergency department predict patient deterioration within 72 hours: A prospective observational study

Sepsis patients in the emergency department: Stratification using the Clinical Impression Score, Predisposition, Infection, Response and Organ dysfunction score or quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment score?

Times are A-Changin': self-poisoning and ICU admissions in the northern part of the Netherlands

Titration of oxygen therapy in critically ill emergency department patients: a feasibility study

Naming and Blaming, SIRS-UO

Protocol of the sepsivit study: A prospective observational study to determine whether continuous heart rate variability measurement during the first 48 hours of hospitalisation provides an early warning for deterioration in patients presenting with infection or sepsis to the emergency department of a Dutch academic teaching hospital

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