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1.  Age and Trauma: Geriatric trauma patients and geriatric trauma ward services
2.  commentary on : Like the Eye of the Tiger: Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Exclusionary Criteria and its "Knock Out" of the Emergency Psychiatric Patient
1.  Smooth Transitions in Critical Care
2.  Studies on the epidemiology of trauma – the first steps in systems planning and system evaluation
3.  Adequate pain management in Emergency Department a dream come true
1.  Developing Emergency and Trauma Systems Internationally: What Is Really Needed For Better Outcomes?
2.  Management of psychiatric emergencies in Free-standing emergency departments: a paradigm for excellence?
1.  ‘Necrotising fasciitis: How reliable are the cutaneous signs?’
1.  Older age, co-morbid illness and injury severity affect immediate outcome in elderly trauma patients
2.  Surgery Goes Social: The Extent and Patterns of Use of Social Media by Major Trauma, Acute and Critical Care Surgery Societies
3.  Patterns of ocular trauma among the elderly in a South-American urban area and the association between eye traumas with sleep disorders
4.  Effectiveness and safety of polygeline in patients with hypovolemia due to trauma – Results of a single center study
5.  Serum cortisol level in Indian patients with severe sepsis/septic shock, a single center prospective cohort study
6.  Correlation of venous lactate and time of death in emergency department patients with non-critical lactate levels and mortality from trauma
7.  A study of morbidity and predictors of mortality in 139 patients of blunt chest trauma in a tertiary trauma centre and formulation of a clinical scoring system using respiratory signs to guide management.
8.  Variability in Patient Inflow and Staffing Trends on Sundays versus Other Days: Two-year Study from an Academic ED of a South-Indian Tertiary Care Hospital
9.  The value of arterial blood gas parameters for prediction of mortality in survivors of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
10.  Like the Eye of the Tiger: Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Exclusionary Criteria and its “Knock Out” of the Emergency Psychiatric Patient
11.  Characteristics and Management of Blunt Renal Injury in Children
12.  Dual Antiplatelet Therapy and the Severity Risk of Lower Intestinal Bleeding
13.  Burnout among Emergency Medicine healthcare professionals – a cross-sectional study in select tertiary care teaching hospitals in South India
14.  Emergency physician screening and management of trauma patients with alcohol involvement
15.  A Clinical study of protocol based pain management in the Emergency Department of a tertiary care hospital
1.  Trauma team activation: Not just for trauma patients
1.  Biliary Complications after Hepatic Trauma in Children: Six-Years Single-Center Experience.
1.  The ICU perspective of becoming a Level I trauma center: Challenges of strategy, leadership, and operations management.
1.  The 2017 International Joint Working Group (IJWG) White Paper by INDUSEM, The Emergency Medicine Association (EMA) and The Academic College of Emergency Experts (ACEE) on Establishing Standardized Regulations, Operational Mechanisms, and Accreditation Pathways for Education and Care Provided by the Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Service (PEMS) Systems in India
1.  A case of traumatic vacuum phenomenon in the sleeve of a nerve root due to nerve root avulsion
2.  "An Evolving Difficult Airway"
3.  A pregnant woman with pneumomediastinum after tooth treatment
4.  Isolated traumatic basal ganglia hematoma in children
5.  A case of tetraplegia after Proteus mirabilis infection.

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