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COMMENTARY
1.  RTS – a better predictor of early survival of trauma patients than GAP score
2.  : Tranexamic Acid Utilization in Trauma Patients at a Large, Urban Level I Trauma Center
3.  Autopsy in Fatal head injuries
NEWS AND FILLER
1.  Abstracts for the 36th Annual Emergencies In Medicine Conference
EDITORIAL
1.  Smooth Transitions in Critical Care
2.  Studies on the epidemiology of trauma – the first steps in systems planning and system evaluation
EXPERT COMMENTARY
1.  The New Paradigm in Community-based Care: Managing Mindset and Expectations
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Going Forward with Pokemon Go
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Our Experience With Management & Outcome of Isolated Traumatic Brain Injury Patients Admitted In Intensive Care Unit
2.  : Epidemiological and clinical profile of fatality in Vulnerable Road Users at a high volume trauma center.
3.  ECG-GUIDED TECHNIQUE - AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR CONFIRMING CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER TIP PLACEMENT
4.  Utility of Clot Waveform Analysis in Russellæs Viper bite victims with hematotoxicity: a pilot study
5.  THE EMINENCE OF NEUTROPHIL LYMPHOCYTE COUNT RATIO IN PREDICTING BACTEREMIA FOR COMMUNITY ACQUIRED INFECTIONS AT AN EMERGENCY MEDICINE DEPARTMENT IN A TERTIARY CARE SETTING
6.  Clinical Profile and Autopsy Findings in Fatal Head Injuries
7.  Nonoperative management of blunt splenic trauma: Outcomes of Gelfoam embolization of the splenic artery
8.  To study the magnitude and spectrum of injuries sustained in road traffic accidents among motorized two wheeler riders and correlation with helmet use
9.  From Emergency Department to Intensive Care Unit, does the delay matter to trauma patients?
10.  Functional Outcomes in Moderate-to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors
11.  Absence of lactic acidosis in septic patients should not be reassuring: A cohort study
12.  Changing aspects in the management splenic injury patients: experience of 129 isolated splenic injury patients at level 1 trauma centre from India
13.  Factors affecting mortality following Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections: Randomized prospective study
14.  Road traffic injuries and fatalities among drivers distracted by mobile devices: a systematic review
15.  Resuscitation of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Victims in Lebanon: The Experience and Views of Prehospital Providers
16.  Clinical Presentation and Management Of pelvic Morel-Lavallee Injury In Obese Patients
17.  Compliance with 6h-sepsis resuscitation bundle of surviving sepsis campaign before and after resident physicians’ training: a quality improvement interventional study amongst Indian patients
18.  Pattern of zygomatic complex bone fracture in Saudi Arabia: A 10 year retrospective review
19.  An analysis of the economic burden of the Trauma services at a level 1 Public sector Trauma Centre in South Asia
20.  The Effect of Head Rotation on the Relative Vascular Anatomy of the Neck: Implications for Central Venous Access
CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONS
1.  Impact of automated external defibrillator as a recent innovation for the resuscitation of cardiac arrest patients in an urban city of Japan
CLINICAL CHALLENGES
1.  Emergency Department Audit: Assessment and Management of Hypotension in the Elderly Patient
CASE REPORT
1.  An unusual case of commotio cordis resulting in ventricular flutter
2.  Camphor poisoning – a rare cause of acute symptomatic seizures in children
3.  Fatal acute myocardial infarction after multiple blunt injuries involving the chest


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