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[The concept of minimally invasive first aid and its position in emergency treatment of critical illness]

Yimin Zhu, Hua Xiang, Jitong Liu, Fang Chen
Zhonghua Wei Zhong Bing Ji Jiu Yi Xue 2020, 32 (11): 1290-1292
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With the development of society and economy, people's requirements for emergency rescue technology and emergency services are gradually increasing. Building and improving the emergency of critical care system is an important issue currently facing. Controlling medical injuries is the goal of medical development. At present, people's requirements for first aid measures have shown a trend from invasive to minimally invasive even non-invasive. It is a new requirement for emergency medicine in the new era to establish a minimally invasive emergency system and apply the minimally invasive technology in the first-aid and critical care area, to help the patients with acute and critical illness overcome difficulties, improve outcome, and enhance the quality of life.

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