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October-December 2014 | Vol 7 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
 
Editorial
What's new in emergencies trauma and shock? Outpatient follow-up after traumatic injury: Challenges and opportunities
Anthony O Asemota, Eric B Schneider
The authors present data on the follow-up of trauma patients after discharge from acute care. They evaluated 2,906 trauma patients of whom approximately a third presented to the index institution for ...
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A systematic review of the need for MRI for the clearance of cervical spine injury in obtunded blunt trauma patients after normal cervical spine CT
Iyore AO James, Ahmad Moukalled, Elizabeth Yu, David B Tulman, Sergio D Bergese, Christian D Jones, Stanislaw PA Stawicki, David C Evans
Clearance of cervical spine injury (CSI) in the obtunded or comatose blunt trauma patient remains controversial. In patients with unreliable physical examination and no evidence of CSI on computed tom...
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Outpatient follow-up after traumatic injury: Challenges and opportunities
Luke Hansen, Aisha Shaheen, Marie Crandall
Background: It has been shown that rates of ambulatory follow-up after traumatic injury are not optimal, but the association with insurance status has not been studied. Aims: To describe...
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Patterns and outcomes of medical admissions in the accident and emergency department of a tertiary health center in a rural community of Ekiti, Nigeria
Olarinde Jeffrey Ogunmola, Michael A Olamoyegun
Background: Low and middle-income countries like Nigeria face many challenges in emergency medical care owing to poor treatment facilities and inadequately trained personnel. Most Nigerians liv...
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