High « red cell distribution width » levels can predict  pulmonary embolism risk in multiple trauma patients: a case control study.

M. Kahloul (Sousse, Tunisia), C. Jebali (Sousse, Tunisia), M. Chaabani (Sousse, Tunisia), S. Chouchane (Sousse, Tunisia), S. Aissa (Sousse, Tunisia), M. Jaouadi (Sousse, Tunisia), H. Ben Hamada (Sousse, Tunisia), M. Nakhli (Sousse, Tunisia), W. Naija (Sousse, Tunisia)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Diagnosis, prognostication and treatment of pulmonary embolism
Session: Diagnosis, prognostication and treatment of pulmonary embolism
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 3119
Disease area: Pulmonary vascular diseases

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M. Kahloul (Sousse, Tunisia), C. Jebali (Sousse, Tunisia), M. Chaabani (Sousse, Tunisia), S. Chouchane (Sousse, Tunisia), S. Aissa (Sousse, Tunisia), M. Jaouadi (Sousse, Tunisia), H. Ben Hamada (Sousse, Tunisia), M. Nakhli (Sousse, Tunisia), W. Naija (Sousse, Tunisia). High « red cell distribution width » levels can predict  pulmonary embolism risk in multiple trauma patients: a case control study.. 3119

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