Low O2 saturations in non-traumatic patients
Low Oxygen Saturation is Associated with Pre-Hospital Mortality Among Non-Traumatic Patients Using Emergency Medical Services: A National Database of Thailand, March 2015
Pre-hospital emergency medical services are an important network for Emergency Medicine. It has been shown to reduce morbidity and mortality of patients by medical procedures. The Thai government established pre-hospital emergency medical services in 2008 to improve emergency medical care. Since then, there are limited data at the national level on mortality rates with prehospital care and the risk factors associated with mortality in non-traumatic patients. To study the pre-hospital mortality rate and factors associated with mortality in non-traumatic patients using the emergency medical service in Thailand. Methods This study retrieved medical data from the National Database.
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