End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide Measurements as a Predictor of Severity of Illness
To assess the utility of end-tidal carbon dioxide measurements (ETC02) as a predictor of severity of illness (or injury) in high-risk, yet difficult to assess, patients populations. This study will correlate emergency department measurement of ETC02 with morbidity and mortality. Phone: 904 2446631 Email: Indermeet.firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywordscarbon dioxide, illness, predictor, emergency department, mortality
Principal InvestigatorIndermeet Bhullar,
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