The number of emergency department visits for psychiatric emergencies is strongly associated with mean temperature and humidity variations. Results of a nine year survey / Cervellin, G.; Comelli, I.; Lippi, G.; Comelli, D.; Rastelli, G.; Ossola, P.; Marchesi, C.. - In: EMERGENCY CARE JOURNAL. - ISSN 2282-2054. - 10:2271(2014), pp. 48-53. [10.4081/ecj.2014.2271]

The number of emergency department visits for psychiatric emergencies is strongly associated with mean temperature and humidity variations. Results of a nine year survey

Cervellin G.;Ossola P.;Marchesi C.
2014

The number of emergency department visits for psychiatric emergencies is strongly associated with mean temperature and humidity variations. Results of a nine year survey / Cervellin, G.; Comelli, I.; Lippi, G.; Comelli, D.; Rastelli, G.; Ossola, P.; Marchesi, C.. - In: EMERGENCY CARE JOURNAL. - ISSN 2282-2054. - 10:2271(2014), pp. 48-53. [10.4081/ecj.2014.2271]
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