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October-December 2020 | Vol 13 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What’s new in emergency trauma and shock? The choice of hyperosmolar agent in emergency department
Vivek Chauhan
The acute cerebral insults start with a primary event such as trauma, hemorrhage, or infarct, which is invariably followed by secondary insult caused by the disruption in the blood–brain barri...
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Special Article
Infection control measures, in situ simulation, and failure modes and effect analysis to fine-tune change management during COVID-19
Fatimah Lateef, Stanislaw P Stawicki, Lee Man Xin, S Vimal Krishnan, A Sanjan, Freston Marc Sirur, Jayaraj Mymbilly Balakrishnan, Rose V Goncalves, Sagar Galwankar
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was an impetus for a multitude of transformations – from the ever-changing clinical practice frameworks, to changes in our execution of education and resear...
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Special Article
The impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on emergency department attendance: What seems to be keeping the patients away?
Fatimah Lateef
During outbreaks such as severe acute respiratory syndrome and COVID 19, many Emergency Departments across the world had a reduction in the general attendance, including the attendance of more serio...
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Original Article
Comparison of weight-based dosing versus fixed dosing of 23.4% hypertonic saline for intracranial pressure reduction in patients with severe traumatic brain injury
Kirsten Busey, Jason Ferreira, Petra Aldridge, Marie Crandall, Donald Johnson
Context: Hypertonic saline (HTS) is a pharmacologic therapy used in patients with severe traumatic brain injuries to decrease intracranial pressure (ICP) associated with cerebral edema. Ai...
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