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Sedation patterns and hyperosmolar therapy in emergency departments were associated with blood pressure variability and outcomes in patients with spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage
Nguyen Tina, Pope Kanisha, Capobianco Paul, Cao-Pham Mimi, Hassan Soha, Kole Matthew J, O'Connell Claire, Wessell Aaron, Strong Jonathan, Tran Quincy K

Year : 2020 | Volume:  13 | Issue Number:  2 | Page: 151-160



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