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Serum S100B as a Surrogate Biomarker in the Diagnoses of Burnout and Depression in Emergency Medicine Residents

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2016-07-01T00:00:00Z
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Gulen, Bedia
Serinken, Mustafa
Eken, Cenker
Karcioglu, Ozgur
Kucukdagli, Okkes Taha
Kilic, Elif
Akpinar, Guleser
Nogay, Suleyman
Kuh, Mahmut
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Objectives: Burnout syndrome is recognized as a major global problem among emergency healthcare workers as it causes prevalent fatigue, job separations, and disappointment. The objective of this study was to investigate the relationship of the glial marker S100B in sera of emergency physicians with burnout syndrome and depression.
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Gulen B., Serinken M., Eken C., Karcioglu O., Kucukdagli O. T. , Kilic E., Akpinar G., Nogay S., Kuh M., -Serum S100B as a Surrogate Biomarker in the Diagnoses of Burnout and Depression in Emergency Medicine Residents-, ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, cilt.23, ss.786-789, 2016
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