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April-June 2014 | Vol 7 | Issue  2     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's new in emergencies, trauma and shock? studying traffic related injuries in India
Christian Zeckey, Stephan Brand, Christian Krettek, Philipp Mommsen
In urban India, cycle rickshaws are a significant mode of transport. Exact numbers are hard to obtain, but it is estimated that there are 2 million or more rickshaws on the road. Taken together, cycle...
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What's new in emergencies, trauma and shock? Studying the injury patterns in Nigeria
I Nnamonu Michael
Injury is a leading health problem in Nigeria as well as a leading cause of death and disability. Injury takes a major toll with its associated morbidity, disability, socio-economic losses and disabil...
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Injuries associated with cycle rickshaws accidents
Sanjay Meena, Nilesh Barwar, Devarshi Rastogi, Vineet Sharma
Context: Cycle rickshaw is an important means of transportation in Urban India. Pedestrians, rickshaw users, rickshaw pullers, two wheeled vehicle users and cyclists are among the most vulnerab...
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The epidemiology and type of injuries seen at the accident and emergency unit of a Nigerian referral center
Adeyi A Adoga, Kenneth N Ozoilo
Background: A plethora of injuries present at any accident and emergency unit, but the pattern of the injuries varies from region to region especially in ours with the increased ethno-religious...
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