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Paper Chase 1 – Red Cell Cutoff to Identify Traumatic LP

Sanjay Arora, MD and Mike Menchine, MD
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EM:RAP 2015 August Summary 1 MB - PDF

How many red blood cells does it take to make a true positive spinal tap? This study says 2000.

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