Special Issue "Emergency Medicine and Emergency Room Medical Issues"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 August 2022.
Interests: immunology; vascular medicine; cardiology; infectious disease; neurology; coagulation and clinical laboratory
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Hospitals or healthcare institutions are at risk of being overburdened, physicians are at risk of burnout, emergency departments are clogged up. All previous items are hot topics in the area of emergency medicine; yet, together with several systems to counteract the overbooking of emergency rooms in order to improve hospital discharge (e.g., telemedicine, improvements for access to care for primary care and specialty services), a professional update remains the best resource for physicians, in particular, the ability to manage diagnostic suspects for rare diseases with the chance of early diagnosis and treatment.
For this reason, the daily clinical management of emergency medicine and emergency rooms recognizes great educational merit not only in case series but also in case reports.
We invite colleagues around the world to report their clinical experience with case series or case reports in emergency medicine and/or emergency rooms for this collection of our journal in order to give support to this fundamental area of the daily life of hospital workers.
Clinical contributions regarding acute illnesses, such as infections, thrombosis, bleeding, inflammation, autoimmune diseases, trauma and any type of emergency diagnostic rare procedure, are welcome for this collection.
Dr. Pierpaolo Di Micco
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- emergency room
- lung failure
- case reports
- acute rheumatic diseases