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Trends in mortality of emergency departments patients in China.

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Summary of "Trends in mortality of emergency departments patients in China."

Emergency medical service system (EMSS) in China is becoming more important. However, studies on mortality of emergency departments (EDs) patients in tertiary hospitals and on the trends in mortality of ED patients all over China are stagnant. The objective of this study was to quantify and describe the trends in mortality of ED patients in China.

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Name: World journal of emergency medicine
ISSN: 1920-8642
Pages: 152-155

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