Just four questions can identify which ER patients need prompt care

A simple decision tree may help physicians sort out which fuzzy complaints need immediate attention

TRIAGE HELPER  New research suggests that ER physicians can use a simple four-question formula to determine which patients complaining of ambiguous symptoms need rapid medical assistance.

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