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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.  Guest Editorial: Gunshot wounds – from Lebanon, via Syria, to the streets of your city!
4.  Mortality profile of geriatric trauma
5.  Making roads safe for children using integrated multi-stakeholder competency building approach
EDITORIAL
1.  Emergency Department Cardiac Arrests have Highest Survival Rates
2.  Academic College of Emergency Experts (ACEE) India Position Paper on Developing the Academic Department of Space Medicine in India – The time has come!
3.  ‘All-In-One’ Agva Ventilator- A New Paradigm In Ventilatory Care For Trauma Patients
EXPERT COMMENTARY
1.  Developing competency in Injury prevention.
2.  Application of Queuing Theory to Optimize the Triage Process in a Tertiary Emergency Care (“ER”) Department a Model for the Use of Queuing Theory in Emergency Department Operations
3.  Hybrid Simulation: Transforming Healthcare Simulation Through “Mixing and Matching”
4.  Maximizing Learning and Creativity: Understanding Psychological Safety in Simulation-based Learning
5.  Framework for Setting up a Simulation Centre
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  A survey of emergency providers regarding the current management of anterior shoulder dislocations
2.  Profiling cycling trauma throughout the body with and without helmet usage in a large US healthcare network
3.  Caval-Aortic Index: A novel tool for fluid assessment in Obstetric Emergencies.
4.  An epidemiological study of injuries in Karnali, Nepal: a hospital-based retrospective study
5.  Local Tranexamic Acid (TXA) For Local Hemostasis In An Animal Liver Injury Model
6.  Profile of Pediatric Trauma among the Patients Attending Emergency Department in a Tertiary Care Hospital in South India
7.  Last breath in the ED
8.  Manipulation of Breath Alcohol Tests: Can Specific Techniques Alter Breath Alcohol Content?
9.  Evaluation of Waiting Time in the Children Emergency and Outpatient Units of a Tertiary Hospital in South-East Nigeria: A cross sectional Study
10.  Emergency Department Interventions and Their Effect on Deliriumæs Natural Course: The Folly May Be In the Foley
11.  Marijuana Screening and Trauma Outcomes
12.  Utility of point-of-care lung ultrasound for initial assessment of Acute respiratory distress syndrome patients in the Emergency Department
13.  Effect of pre-hospital transport factors on shock index, serum lactate and mortality in children with septic shock: A prospective observational study
14.  Application of Queuing Theory to Optimize the Triage Process in a Tertiary Emergency Care (“ER”) Department
15.  Neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin as an early diagnostic biomarker of acute kidney injury in snake bite.
16.  Is Emergency Department Thoracotomy effective in trauma resuscitation? The retrospective study of the emergency department thoracotomy in trauma patients at Thammasat University Hospital, Thailand.


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