- Emergency Department ASL 19 AT, Cardinal Massaia Hospital, Asti (AT), Italy
- Città della Salute e della Scienza di Torino University Hospital, Turin (TO), Ital
- Emergency Department, ASST Lodi, Italy
- Emergency Department ASL TO3, E. Agnelli Hospital, Pinerolo (TO), Italy
Discussion and Conclusions
Tables and figures
Figure 1: pathophysiological mechanisms of diseases identified as ‘admission’ and ‘secondary’ diagnosis
Figure 2: Confirmed/integrated/modified ‘admission’ diagnosis
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