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Paper Chase 2: SBP, HR, Age and Sick Patients

Nate Finnerty, MD and Rebekah Richards, MD
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In adult urgent care patients, there were associations between systolic blood pressure and heart rate with return emergency department visits or hospitalization, and these associations were more pronounced with advanced age. Additionally, the low observed frequency and the increased risk associated with SBP less than 100 mmHG bring into question the normal reported blood pressure range for adult urgent care patients.

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