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1.  commentary on : Like the Eye of the Tiger: Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Exclusionary Criteria and its "Knock Out" of the Emergency Psychiatric Patient
2.  Title:Early predictive factors of hypofibrinogenemia in acute trauma patients
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.  Management of psychiatric emergencies in Free-standing emergency departments: a paradigm for excellence?
2.  Whatæs New in Emergencies, Trauma and Shock: An Invited Brief Commentary on “Utility of Abdominal Computed Tomography in Geriatric Patients on Warfarin with a Fall from Standing”
3.  The ‘Case Based Learning Conference’ (CBLC) Model at EMINDIA-2017: A Novel Implementation of Problem-Based Educational Paradigm
1.  ‘Necrotising fasciitis: How reliable are the cutaneous signs?’
2.  Going Forward with Pokemon Go
1.  Serum cortisol level in Indian patients with severe sepsis/septic shock, a single center prospective cohort study
2.  Like the Eye of the Tiger: Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Exclusionary Criteria and its “Knock Out” of the Emergency Psychiatric Patient
3.  Burnout among Emergency Medicine healthcare professionals – a cross-sectional study in select tertiary care teaching hospitals in South India
4.  Emergency physician screening and management of trauma patients with alcohol involvement
5.  A Clinical study of protocol based pain management in the Emergency Department of a tertiary care hospital
6.  Snakebites in Lebanon: A Descriptive Study of Snakebite Victims Treated at a Tertiary Care Center in Beirut, Lebanon
7.  Integration of point-of-care ultrasound during rapid sequence intubation in trauma resuscitation
8.  Our Experience With Management & Outcome of Isolated Traumatic Brain Injury Patients Admitted In Intensive Care Unit
9.  Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Unusual Techniques for Unusual Situations
10.  BLUE (Bedside Lung Ultrasound in Emergency) Protocol as a Diagnostic Tool in Patients of Acute Respiratory Distress Presenting to Emergency Department.
1.  Variation in the Practice of Central Venous Catheter and Chest Tube Insertions Among Surgery Residents
2.  Impact of automated external defibrillator as a recent innovation for the resuscitation of cardiac arrest patients in an urban city of Japan
1.  Inferior Vena cava obstruction and Shock.
2.  Acute appendicitis as an unexpected cause of inverted Takotsubo cardiomyopathy
3.  Scrotal reconstruction with Integra following necrotizing fasciitis
4.  Bilateral hip dislocation – an indicator for emergent full-body CT scan in polytraumatized patients? A case report and review of the literature.
5.  Amitraz poisoning – The (Un)common pesticide Two case reports highlighting the clinical presentations, investigations and management of Amitraz poisoning
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.  A case of traumatic vacuum phenomenon in the sleeve of a nerve root due to nerve root avulsion
2.  Isolated traumatic basal ganglia hematoma in children
3.  Mild Traumatic Brain Injury associated with internal carotid artery dissection and pseudoaneurysm

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