Itjem is the official italian scientific review for emergency medicine.

Publisher: Simeu, Società italiana della medicina di emergenza-urgenza, via Valprato, 68 Torino - www.simeu.it

Editorial coordination: Silvia Alparone.

Scientific Manager : Giuliano Bertazzoni; Operating Editorial Board: Paolo Balzaretti, Guido Borasi, Rodolfo Ferrari, Mauro Giordano, Paolo Groff, Emanuele Pivetta;

Advisory Board: Michele Gulizia, Riccardo Lubrano, Marco Ranieri, Maria Pia Ruggieri, Roberta Petrino, Francesco Violi.

Editorial Board and Reviewers: Giancarlo Agnelli, Giancarlo Avanzi, Marco Baroni, Stefania Basili, Alessio Bertini, Francesco Buccelletti, Gian A. Cibinel, Roberto Cosentini, Fabio De Iaco, Andrea Fabbri, Paola Noto, Giovanni Ricevuti, Fernando Schiraldi, Danilo Toni.

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Livio De Angelis, Lorella Calafato, Lucrezia Dell’Aquila, Nadia Latrofa, Stefania Onorini, Carlo Gaetano Claudio Piccolo, Cinzia Vanzo
Azienda Regionale per l’Emergenza Sanitaria 118 Lazio UOC SUES Roma Città Metropolitana

Abstract

Recently there has been an increased incidence of childbirth in pre-hospital setting due to a socio-cultural change in our society. Obstetric emergencies represent a real problem for the Emergency sanitary service, both for a little adequate

Alfonso Sforza1,2, Costantino Mancusi1, Maria Viviana Carlino1,2, Giovanni Porta2, Venere delli Paoli2, Giuliano De Stefano1, Giovanni de Simone1, Fiorella Paladino2
1. Hypertension Research Center, UOC Emergency Medicine, Federico II University Hospital, Naples.
2. Emergency Department, Cardarelli Hospital, Naples.

Case Presentation

A 62-year-old man with history of gastric cancer presented to our Emergency Department (ED) with progressive dyspnea and reduced

Valeria Clemente MD-Phd, Beniamino Susi MD
Department of Emergency Medicine of Polyclinic Tor Vergata Rome

Introduction

Pulmonary embolism is a life-threatening condition, with a high mortality rate. Recent studies show that 30-day mortality is 4%, but may increase to 13% after 90 days (1). The risk of developing a PE increases during and after surgery and it depends from the type of surgery and patient risk factors. Orthopedic procedures have the highest incidence of

Antonio Polenta (1); Giancarlo Sinelli (2); Paola Mainqua (2); Stefano Loffreda (2).
1) School Specialising in Emergency Medicine, University l’Aquila
2) MD Emergency Medicine Department – S. Salvatore - Pesaro.
Abstract
Acquired hemophilia A (AHA) is a rare bleeding disorder with an incidence of approximately 1.5 cases/million/year1 and is characterized by autoantibodies directed against circulating coagulation FVIII. These autoantibodies constitute the most common

 

Itjem is the official italian scientific review for emergency medicine.

Publisher: Simeu, Società italiana della medicina di emergenza-urgenza, via Valprato, 68 Torino - www.simeu.it

Editorial coordination: Silvia Alparone.

Scientific Manager : Giuliano Bertazzoni; Operating Editorial Board: Paolo Balzaretti, Guido Borasi, Rodolfo Ferrari, Mauro Giordano, Paolo Groff, Emanuele Pivetta;

Advisory Board: Michele Gulizia, Riccardo Lubrano, Marco Ranieri, Maria Pia Ruggieri, Roberta Petrino, Francesco Violi.

Editorial Board and Reviewers: Giancarlo Agnelli, Giancarlo Avanzi, Marco Baroni, Stefania Basili, Alessio Bertini, Francesco Buccelletti, Gian A. Cibinel, Roberto Cosentini, Fabio De Iaco, Andrea Fabbri, Paola Noto, Giovanni Ricevuti, Fernando Schiraldi, Danilo Toni.

Norme editoriali clicca qui.

  • Scientifici

  • Divulgativi

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