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|Is the immediate blood pressure control using parenteral antihypertensive drug needed for patients with severe high blood pressure with epistaxis in the emergency department?|
|Kyunghoon Shin, Kyunghoon Park, Heekyung Lee, Changsun Kim, Laurie Seiwon Kim, Ji Won Yoo|
|J Korean Soc Emerg Med. 2022;33(5):471-479. Published online 2022 October 31|
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