This first issue of the Italian Journal of Emergency Medicine comes out during a period in which Italian Emergency Systems are severely strained by flu epidemic.
"The peak of Influence has been reached (even if the severity still remains quite high)” - we read in the health policy newspapers released in January - especially children within 15 years are affected".
It would therefore appear a common flu to be treated at home with common medications and, when necessary, with a properly and
ItJEM's No. 2 in 2017 adds DOI to already acquired ISSN in No.1: we are going achieve a standard that allows the identification of an article and its author using telematics.
To this end, we would like to point out some scientific contents of particular importance.
A remarkable Insight on the use of BIG DATA in Emergency Medicine comes from the published innovative work of De Vito and Coll. More than in other cases, emergencies led the medical culture to adopt an approach based on
Le Regioni italiane si dimostrano sensibili alle necessità della medicina di emergenza-urgenza. I governi regionali hanno risposto quest’anno in maniera decisa al fabbisogno di medici d’emergenza, che secondo le stime della Conferenza stato-regioni da qualche tempo ormai si attesta intorno alle trecento unità per tutto il territorio nazionale. Il numero di borse messe a disposizione dalle casse regionali è infatti aumentato in maniera significativa un po’ dappertutto.
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Corrado De Vito1, Carolina Di Paolo1, Annamaria Mele1, Silvia Iorio2, Giuseppe Migliara1, Grazia Pia Prencipe1,
- Department of Public Health and Infectious Diseases, Sapienza University of Rome
- Department of Molecular Medicine, Sapienza University of Rome
Background. The emphasis on using big data is growing exponentially in several sectors including biomedicine, life sciences and scientific research, mainly due to advances in information technologies and data analysis