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Emergency room nurses should look out for blood pressure and rapid breathing

Low blood pressure and abnormally rapid breathing are two main indicators that a person presenting in an emergency department is at an elevated risk of deteriorating and dying in the short term. That is a central finding of a Deakin University study published in European Journal of Emergency Medicine and Journal of Advanced Nursing.

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