Case Report

An Unusual Cause of Rhabdomyolysis: Acute Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Suat Zengin
  • Behçet Al
  • Cuma Yıldırım
  • Erdal Yavuz
  • Aycan Akcalı
EAJEM 2013; 12: 43-45 DOI: 10.5152/jaem.2012.038
TWO CARBONMONOXIDE POISONING CASES WITH SIMILAR CARBOXIHEMOGLOBIN LEVELS AND DIFFERENT CLINICAL PRESENTATIONS
  • S. GENÇ
  • A. BAYDIN
  • D. AYGÜN
  • O. İNCEALTIN
EAJEM 2008; 7: 47-48
Asymptomatic Myocardial Injury in a Low Level of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Hilal Hocagil
  • Ceren Şen Tanrıkulu
  • Volkan Ülker
  • Ural Kaya
  • Levent Koca
  • A. Cüneyt Hocagil
EAJEM 2015; 14: 91-93 DOI: 10.5152/jaem.2015.66588

Original Article

The Comparison of Vena Cava Inferior Diameter Measurement and Hemoglobin Level Follow-Up for the Assessment of Traumatic Patient in Emergency Service
  • Mücahit Avcil
  • N. Gökben Çetin
  • Önder Tomruk
  • H. Hakan Armağan
EAJEM 2011; 10: 123-127 DOI: 10.5152/jaem.2011.026

Original Article

Comparison of Hgb, Htc, Na+, and K+ Levels Measured by Blood Gases Analyzer and Laboratory Auto-Analyzer in Different pH Stages
  • Seref Kerem Corbacioglu
  • Emine Emektar
  • Yunsur Cevik
  • Seda Dagar
  • Hikmet Sencanlar Cetiner
  • Mehmet Ali Ozbek
  • Sedat Akkan
EAJEM 2018; 17: 159-164 DOI: 10.5152/eajem.2018.07078