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Volume: 25 Issue: 7

1. Advances in cellular immunomodulatory therapy in patients with sepsis and immune compromized Page:969—973
2. Advances in application of lipid emulsion in acute poisioning Page:964—969
3. The effectiveness evaluation of helicopter emergency medical services on transporting critical patients Page:932—936
4. The usage of HC visual laryngoscope for emergency tracheal intubation by unskilled junior emergency resident doctors Page:910—914
5. Clinical research on Angongniuhuang pill adjuvant to haloperidol for the treatment of intensive care unit patients with postoperative delirium Page:903—909
6. Quantitative evaluation of the hydroxyl radical level after global brain ischemia by intracranial microdialysis under stereotaxis Page:887—891
7. The relationship between circulating microRNA-21 and unstable plague in patients with coronary artery disease Page:878—882
8. Development and validation of no-reflow phenomenon risk score in patients with acute myocardial infarction Page:871—877
9. The clinicalvalue of procalcitoninin the condition and prognosis of patients with sepsis Page:937—943
10. A retrospective study of emergency department mortality of a tertiary general hospital from 2004 to 2014 in Shandong province Page:927—931
11. The predictive value of clinical and radiographic features in fungal pathogen identification in immunocompromised patients with pulmonary invasive fungal infection Page:920—926
12. An analysis of prognosis risk factors in sever acute epiglottitis Page:915—919
13. The early diagnostic value and prognostic significance of serum presepsin (sCD14-ST)in patients with sepsis Page:896—902
14. Clinical analysis of suspected acute aortic dissection with ST-segment elevation detected by inferior leads Page:883—886
15. Protective effects of tanshinone ⅡA sodium sulfonate on ischemia-reperfusion induced myocardial injury in rats Page:864—870
16. Advances in research of the evaluation and management of mild traumatic brain injury Page:959—963,964