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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.  Traumatic subarachnoid Hemorrhages versus traumatic non-subarachnoid intracranial hemorrhages
EDITORIAL
1.  Emergency Department Cardiac Arrests have Highest Survival Rates
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
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  The Evolution of Qatar Trauma System: Journey from Inception to Verification
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  A survey of emergency providers regarding the current management of anterior shoulder dislocations
2.  High Fidelity Simulation versus Case based discussion for teaching bradyarrhythmia to EMS students
3.  A Novel Risk Score to Predict Post Trauma Mortality in Nonagenarians
4.  “That Can’t Be!”: Perceptions of HIV and Hepatitis C screening during admission to an acute care surgery (ACS) service
5.  Perception of Workplace Violence in the Emergency Department
6.  Predictive Value of Point of Care Lactate Measurement in Patients Meeting Level II and III Trauma Team Activation Criteria that Present to the Emergency Department:
7.  Profiling cycling trauma throughout the body with and without helmet usage in a large US healthcare network
8.  Traumatic Sub-Arachnoid versus Non-Subarachnoid Intracranial Hemorrhages: The Impact of Decision Making on Patient Safety
9.  Caval-Aortic Index: A novel tool for fluid assessment in Obstetric Emergencies.
10.  An epidemiological study of injuries in Karnali, Nepal: a hospital-based retrospective study
11.  Obesity may not be protective in abdominal stab wounds
12.  Local Tranexamic Acid (TXA) For Local Hemostasis In An Animal Liver Injury Model
13.  Profile of Pediatric Trauma among the Patients Attending Emergency Department in a Tertiary Care Hospital in South India
14.  Injury patterns and outcomes of trauma in the geriatric population presenting to the Emergency Department in a Tertiary Care Hospital of South India.
15.  Manipulation of Breath Alcohol Tests: Can Specific Techniques Alter Breath Alcohol Content?
CASE REPORT
1.  Bilateral Abducens Nerve Palsy after Closed Head Trauma Without Acute Intracranial Pathology


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