In The USA The Number Of Complaints To Pain In A Breast Has Increased. Part 2 of 3

In The USA The Number Of Complaints To Pain In A Breast Has Increased – Part 2 of 3

Meanwhile, exigency room admissions increased by just 5,8 percent. The study also showed that ICU admissions involving patients aged 85 and older grew the most, increasing 25 percent every two years during the survey period. Tests and services provided to ER patients heading to the ICU also increased: CT and MRI scans jumped from 16,8 percent in 2002 to 37,4 percent in 2008.

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Chest soreness and shortness of breath were most often the reason people were admitted to the ICU. The researchers said these symptoms often are a red languish for life-threatening conditions such as heart attacks.

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