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Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, ISSN 0017-8748, 11/2018, Volume 58, Issue 10, pp. 1503 - 1510
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Nihon rinsho. Japanese journal of clinical medicine, ISSN 0047-1852, 06/2012, Volume 70, Issue 6, p. 957
The first step in treating heat-related illness is recognizing it. The prognosis of heat stroke, the most critical type of the heat-related illnesses, is... 
Heat Stress Disorders - therapy | Humans | First Aid - methods
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Nihon rinsho. Japanese journal of clinical medicine, ISSN 0047-1852, 2012, Volume 70, Issue 6, pp. 957 - 960
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by Kashiura, Masahiro and Hamabe, Yuichi and Akashi, Akiko and Sakurai, Atsushi and Tahara, Yoshio and Yonemoto, Naohiro and Nagao, Ken and Yaguchi, Arino and Morimura, Naoto and Inokuchi, Sadaki and Masui, Yoshihiro and Miura, Kunihisa and Tsutsumi, Haruhiko and Takuma, Kiyotsugu and Atsushi, Ishihara and Nakano, Minoru and Tanaka, Hiroshi and Ikegami, Keiichi and Arai, Takao and Kitamura, Nobuya and Oda, Shigeto and Kobayashi, Kenji and Suda, Takayuki and Ono, Kazuyuki and Furuya, Ryosuke and Koido, Yuichi and Iwase, Fumiaki and Kanesaka, Shigeru and Okada, Yasusei and Unemoto, Kyoko and Sadahiro, Tomohito and Iyanaga, Masayuki and Muraoka, Asaki and Hayashi, Munehiro and Ishimatsu, Shinichi and Miyake, Yasufumi and Yokokawa, Hideo and Koyama, Yasuaki and Tsuchiya, Asuka and Kashiyama, Tetsuya and Hayashi, Munetaka and Oshima, Kiyohiro and Kiyota, Kazuya and Yokota, Hiroyuki and Hori, Shingo and Inaba, Shin and Sakamoto, Tetsuya and Harada, Naoshige and Kimura, Akio and Kanai, Masayuki and Otomo, Yasuhiro and Sugita, Manabu and Kinoshita, Kosaku and Sakurai, Takatoshi and Kitano, Mitsuhide and Matsuda, Kiyoshi and Tanaka, Kotaro and Yoshihara, Katsunori and Yoh, Kikuo and Suzuki, Junichi and Toyoda, Hiroshi and Mashiko, Kunihiro and Shimizu, Naoki and Muguruma, Takashi and Shimada, Tadanaga and Kobe, Yoshiro and Shoko, Tomohisa and Nakanishi, Kazuya and Shiga, Takashi and Yamamoto, Takefumi and Sekine, Kazuhiko and Izuka, Shinichi and Takashi, Tagami and Miyazaki, Dai and Ogasawara, Tomoko and Hayashida, Kei and Suzuki, Masaru and Amino, Mari and Nomura, Tomohisa and SOS-KANTO 2012 Study Grp and SOS-KANTO 2012 Study Group and on behalf of the SOS-KANTO 2012 Study Group
Critical Care, ISSN 1364-8535, 03/2016, Volume 20, Issue 1, p. 49
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by Kitamura, Nobuya and Nakada, Taka-aki and Shinozaki, Koichiro and Tahara, Yoshio and Sakurai, Atsushi and Yonemoto, Naohiro and Nagao, Ken and Yaguchi, Arino and Morimura, Naoto and Inokuchi, Sadaki and Masui, Yoshihiro and Miura, Kunihisa and Tsutsumi, Haruhiko and Takuma, Kiyotsugu and Atsushi, Ishihara and Nakano, Minoru and Tanaka, Hiroshi and Ikegami, Keiichi and Arai, Takao and Yaguchi, Arino and Kitamura, Nobuya and Oda, Shigeto and Kobayashi, Kenji and Suda, Takayuki and Ono, Kazuyuki and Morimura, Naoto and Furuya, Ryosuke and Koido, Yuichi and Iwase, Fumiaki and Nagao, Ken and Kanesaka, Shigeru and Okada, Yasusei and Unemoto, Kyoko and Sadahiro, Tomohito and Iyanaga, Masayuki and Muraoka, Asaki and Hayashi, Munehiro and Ishimatsu, Shinichi and Miyake, Yasufumi and Yokokawa, Hideo and Koyama, Yasuaki and Tsuchiya, Asuka and Kashiyama, Tetsuya and Hayashi, Munetaka and Oshima, Kiyohiro and Kiyota, Kazuya and Hamabe, Yuichi and Yokota, Hiroyuki and Hori, Shingo and Inaba, Shin and Sakamoto, Tetsuya and Harada, Naoshige and Kimura, Akio and Kanai, Masayuki and Otomo, Yasuhiro and Sugita, Manabu and Kinoshita, Kosaku and Sakurai, Takatoshi and Kitano, Mitsuhide and Matsuda, Kiyoshi and Tanaka, Kotaro and Yoshihara, Katsunori and Yoh, Kikuo and Suzuki, Junichi and Toyoda, Hiroshi and Mashiko, Kunihiro and Shimizu, Naoki and Muguruma, Takashi and Shimada, Tadanaga and Kobe, Yoshiro and Shoko, Tomohisa and Nakanishi, Kazuya and Muguruma, Takashi and Yamamoto, Takefumi and Sekine, Kazuhiko and Izuka, Shinichi and SOS-KANTO 2012 Study Grp and SOS-KANTO 2012 Study Group and on behalf of the SOS-KANTO 2012 Study Group
Critical Care, ISSN 1364-8535, 09/2015, Volume 19, Issue 1, p. 322
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by Matsumura, Yosuke and Nakada, Taka-aki and Shinozaki, Koichiro and Tagami, Takashi and Nomura, Tomohisa and Tahara, Yoshio and Sakurai, Atsushi and Yonemoto, Naohiro and Nagao, Ken and Yaguchi, Arino and Morimura, Naoto and Takashi, Tagami and Miyazaki, Dai and Ogasawara, Tomoko and Hayashida, Kei and Suzuki, Masaru and Amino, Mari and Kitamura, Nobuya and Shimizu, Naoki and Akashi, Akiko and Inokuchi, Sadaki and Masui, Yoshihiro and Miura, Kunihisa and Tsutsumi, Haruhiko and Takuma, Kiyotsugu and Atsushi, Ishihara and Nakano, Minoru and Tanaka, Hiroshi and Ikegami, Keiichi and Arai, Takao and Oda, Shigeto and Kobayashi, Kenji and Suda, Takayuki and Ono, Kazuyuki and Furuya, Ryosuke and Koido, Yuichi and Iwase, Fumiaki and Kanesaka, Shigeru and Okada, Yasusei and Unemoto, Kyoko and Sadahiro, Tomohito and Iyanaga, Masayuki and Muraoka, Asaki and Hayashi, Munehiro and Ishimatsu, Shinichi and Miyake, Yasufumi and Yokokawa, Hideo and Koyama, Yasuaki and Tsuchiya, Asuka and Kashiyama, Tetsuya and Oshima, Kiyohiro and Kiyota, Kazuya and Hamabe, Yuichi and Yokota, Hiroyuki and Hori, Shingo and Inaba, Shin and Sakamoto, Tetsuya and Harada, Naoshige and Kimura, Akio and Kanai, Masayuki and Otomo, Yasuhiro and Sugita, Manabu and Kinoshita, Kosaku and Kitano, Mitsuhide and Matsuda, Kiyoshi and Tanaka, Kotaro and Yoshihara, Katsunori and Yoh, Kikuo and Suzuki, Junichi and Toyoda, Hiroshi and Mashiko, Kunihiro and Muguruma, Takashi and Shimada, Tadanaga and Kobe, Yoshiro and Shoko, Tomohisa and Nakanishi, Kazuya and Shiga, Takashi and Yamamoto, Takefumi and Sekine, Kazuhiko and Izuka, Shinichi and SOS-KANTO Study Grp and SOS-KANTO 2012 study group
Critical Care, ISSN 1364-8535, 05/2016, Volume 20, Issue 1, p. 141
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Journal of Cardiac Failure, ISSN 1071-9164, 10/2017, Volume 23, Issue 10, pp. S34 - S34
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Journal of Cardiac Failure, ISSN 1071-9164, 10/2017, Volume 23, Issue 10, p. S34
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Acute Medicine & Surgery, ISSN 2052-8817, 07/2016, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp. 250 - 259
Background The prognosis of non‐shockable out‐of‐hospital cardiac arrest is worse than that of shockable out‐of‐hospital cardiac arrest. We investigated the... 
cardiopulmonary resuscitation | non‐shockable OHCA | pulmonary embolism | Cardiopulmonary arrest | out‐of‐hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA)
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Journal of Emergency Medicine, ISSN 0736-4679, 09/2017, Volume 53, Issue 3, pp. 345 - 352
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