Published in Blood Weekly, May 1st, 2008
"The vital signs measured at the emergency visit were blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, and lymphadenopathy. Visual analogue scales (VASs) were used to assess (1) pain and (2) malaise. Emergency treatment was rendered. At a subsequent (baseline) visit and with clinical symptoms resolved, systemic vital sign measurements and VASs were repeated. The presence or absence of swelling with vital signs and VASs of pain and...
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